By Casey Watson
NASHVILLE — Nine-year-old Austin Billingsley wanted to “be the difference.” So, he had the slogan printed on more than 200 T-shirts, which he then sold to help people in need.
In early August, Austin and his mother, Rachel Billingsley, knocked on the door of Baptist Global Response (BGR) headquarters in Nashville and presented the organization with a check for more than $2,000. He raised the entire amount through the sale of T-shirts.
Austin, a member of Bear Cove Baptist Church in Sparta, said he liked giving that check to the BGR staff. [Read more…]