Volunteers spent most of the day Thursday repairing a display of three crosses that were knocked down by the same vandals that destroyed a Ten Commandments monument on private property in Tennessee. WBIR television posted photos of the restoration work. The TV station also posted a YouTube video of the story.
The property owner, Rowdy McCall, said he will pray for whomever knocked down the 12-foot tall crosses. He said he will keep the display up as long as he owns the property.
No other information has been released about the vandalism.