Alan Robertson and Mike Kellett are pastors of the White Ferry Road Church of Christ in West Monroe. They've been helping people since the church opened decades ago so helping homeless men like Ronald and his son Preston Rowton wasn't anything new. Kellett said, "We helped find them some shelter and gave them some food and helped them find some work." They even allowed the men to sleep at the church for a while. But on Easter Sunday the pastors say the two men broke in and stole hundreds of dollars and they left thousands of dollars in damage. But despite the burglary the pastors say they're able to turn the other cheek. Kellett said, "You forgive people and at the same time you try to teach folks how to be responsible and how to live life the way god wants them to." The church says the burglary won't stop them from helping anyone in need, but they did learn a lesson. Robertson said, "What we learn is we want to be wise in dealing with people, but at the same time we never want to lose our compassion cause as a church we're here to help." Robertson and Kellett say they'll continue to reach out to Ronald Rowton and his son even if it's behind bars. They want to encourage them and everyone else to never give up on helping people in need.