|Loving the overlooked|
Laman Hall, the first convert at One at a Time Church in downtown Los Angeles, shows Ken Holladay a grocery cart, part of the "home" he fashions on the streets every night.
LOS ANGELES (BP)--Ken Holladay, a farmer, heard God's call three years ago to minister to skid row in downtown Los Angeles.
Holladay since has traveled an a hour and a half each way from his home in Fillmore, an agricultural town north of L.A., to pass out New Testaments every Friday and Sunday and get to know the people on the streets.
&nsbp; "At first I thought I was going to win every drug addict and homeless person on these streets to Christ instantly," said Holladay, 59, the father of eight children. Read More