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The fatal stabbing of a 69-year-old church caretaker in East Baltimore in the restroom of Southern Baptist Church has community residents and leaders "shaken to the core" and has left the victim's daughter asking the haunting question, "who would want to hurt my mother?"
The death of 69-year-old Evelyn Player has roused not only the community but the state into action to find the assailant. Player had been a member of Southern Baptist Church for more than 50 years and four generations of family are church members, WBAL-TV reported. Her body was found Tuesday morning by a maintenance worker.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday announced a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the perpetrator. Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott called the at-large killer a "coward and scum" at a press conference and pleaded with the community to come forward with information.
Austria took what its leader Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg called the "dramatic" step Monday of implementing a nationwide lockdown for unvaccinated people who have not contracted the COVID-19 virus.
About two million people remain unvaccinated in the European nation according to the chancellor.
It's just another of many measures taken by several EU governments to get a massive regional resurgence of the virus under control.
Intercessors for America, a national prayer ministry established through the ministry of Bible teacher Derek Prince, will soon celebrate our 50th anniversary. As a board member from almost its inception, I've had the distinct privilege of learning lessons from phenomenal intercessors.
Yonggi Cho, once pastor of the world's largest church in Seoul, Korea, had laid his hands upon me during the Brownsville Revival to receive an impartation.
He famously said, "Much prayer—much power. Little prayer—little power. No prayer—no power."
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