Erma Mack was shocked as LaRon Tanksley, pastor of Perfecting Praise Church, caught her in line and paid $50 toward her shopping bill at the Bryan Station Kroger on Monday evening.
Erma Mack was shocked as LaRon Tanksley, pastor of Perfecting Praise Church, caught her in line and paid $50 toward her shopping bill at the Bryan Station Kroger on Monday evening. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com
Erma Mack was shocked as LaRon Tanksley, pastor of Perfecting Praise Church, caught her in line and paid $50 toward her shopping bill at the Bryan Station Kroger on Monday evening. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com

Shoppers surprised as Lexington church helps pay for their groceries

November 24, 2015 12:35 AM

UPDATED November 24, 2015 11:42 AM

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