0 reads
Leave a comment

Billerica, Massachusetts Salvation Army Capt. David Childs was sorting out the bills and spare change that people had dropped into the red kettle outside of an area store on Monday when he came across something that stopped him in his tracks. (via: BostonHerald.com)

“I couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” Childs said. “Someone had dropped in a wedding band and a diamond engagement ring.”

The set of rings was appraised at $3,500 — an incredible gift, he said, that will help The Salvation Army provide meals, toys and other holiday support for those in need in the area, along with funding for food pantries, soup kitchens, social services and education programs throughout the year.

MORE HERE

HEAR: Sanctified Sermon: Where Has Not Giving Got You? [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO] &  Giving Your Best To Truly Honor God [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

 

Get “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” Highlights Delivered Daily!

Text “Praise” To 24042 for your chance at ticket giveaways and inspirational news before anyone else!…Standard Messaging Rates Apply

LIKE Praise 102.7 On Facebook To Keep Up With your favorite Gospel Artists!

comments – add yours
×