Patrick Greene sued a Texas county for displaying a nativity scene on the courthouse lawn. In response, Christians in the area raised money to help him pay his rent.
Greene told Graham he had a more immediate need.
“I said, if you really want to contribute something to help, we need groceries,” Greene said.
“I told my wife about it,” Greene said.
“They’re going to help us?” Karen asked.
Greene thought that if anything, he’d see $50, maybe $100.
A few days later, the Christians made good on their promise, and sent a check for $400.
“I said I can’t believe it,” Greene said. “I thought I was in the Twilight Zone.”
The money went to help pay the rent, and provide necessities from the grocery store.
The contributions didn’t stop at $400 either, Cry said. More money is coming in.