From the inside it looks like your typical Sunday service at Praise Temple Full Gospel Baptist Church. But if you take a look at the outside you can still see the reminder of the crime that happened less than 24 hours earlier. "I just thought maybe they tore up a few things. But I didn't know they went from office to office and really destroyed a lot of equipment and furnishings." said Bishop Larry Brandon. Windows were busted out and several priceless religious artifacts destroyed. But the church is taking it in stride. Ironically last Sunday's service was about the power of forgiveness. "So now we have to practice what we preach... "We forgive the individual and anyone less that may have been involved in some form, because we can't move forward until you get out of the past." Shreveport Police arrested 27-year-old Cameron Rogers in connection to the crime. And while they may not understand why the crime occurred, church members are leaning on their faith to help them move on. "You know we're praying for him and I'm gonna put a call in to him and reach out to him and pray with him and let him know that we forgive him," said Bishop Brandon.