'Homeless Jesus' Sculpture to be Displayed at NLEC The internationally known “Homeless Jesus” sculpture will be displayed at the New Life Evangelistic Center. It is a piece that displays Jesus lying on a park bench.
Date Approaches on Vote of Whether to Shut Down New Life CenterThe city of St. Louis is scheduled to announce its decision later this month on whether to revoke the hotel license of the New Life Evangelistic Center downtown.
Results of Homeless Head Count Yet to Be ReleasedRev. Larry Rice says he thinks the city is embarrassed by the high number of homeless living on the streets of St. Louis.
Larry Rice: Metro's Bench Dividers Symbolize War Against HomelessA move by the St. Louis-area mass transit agency Metro will make it harder for homeless people to nap on bus shelter benches downtown, a move that has angered some advocates for the homeless.
St. Louis Homeless Center Offers Sleepover Event TonightEver wonder what it's like to be homeless? You can experience it tonight as the New Life Evangelistic Center hosts its annual Night with the Homeless.
Homeless Advocate Larry Rice to Begin 28 Hour ProtestRice says the county has to address the growing homeless problem and stop 'dumping' the homeless downtown.
Homeless Tent Pops Up In North CountyRev. Larry Rice says at least three persons will be sleeping under the tent, beginning this weekend.
Rev. Rice Not Giving UpThe Rev. Larry Rice is ready to try again to establish a tent camp for homeless people in St. Louis.
Rev Larry Rice Arrested, Homeless Tent City Taken DownPolice give the order to move out
Marching From Tent City To Downtown St. Louis Rev. Larry Rice organizes demonstration against city's closure of homeless encampments like Hopeville.
Charlie Brennan - Thursday, March 29thCharlie talks about the $1/2 billion+ Mega Millions jackpot, talks with the Rev. Larry Rice about the Anna Brown case; with Anthony "Tony" Sestric about his book, "57 Years: A History of the Freedom Suits in the Missouri Courts"; and with Opal Henderson, who lost her property to the City by way of eminent domain and has not been paid.
Homeless Seek Construction Jobs DowntownRev. Larry Rice asks community activists to help out their cause.