Fashion & Compassion Bracelet Giveaway

Welcome to those of you who read my Proverbs 31 devotion called Home Shaping. {If you haven’t read it yet, click here to catch up with the rest of us}

As mentioned in the devotion, I am giving away a bracelet from Fashion and Compassion.

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We at Proverbs 31 Ministries are partnering with Fashion & Compassion to support at-risk women and youth, while offering a unique handmade product.

Semi-precious gemstone beads have been hand-strung using dark brown leather cords, while a stunning hammered brass button featuring the words “Psalm 62:7″ completes the bracelet. The button is handmade and is the centerpiece of this trendy, wrap-style bracelet. The bracelet includes two adjustable closures measuring 14″ and 15” in length.

Fashion & Compassion is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women overcome poverty and injustice through Christ-centered economic empowerment. This bracelet was made by exploited and at-risk women and youth in Charlotte, NC and Mexico. A portion of the proceeds benefit programs fighting sex-trafficking and serving at-risk youth in Charlotte, NC.

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A tag with the product story, autographed by the artisan, is attached to the bracelet. Please join us in prayer for these artisans in their struggle to find salvation, refuge and freedom in our Mighty God.

If you’d like to purchase this bracelet, click here for ordering instructions. And if you would like to enter to win a free one I am giving away, leave a comment here telling us your favorite piece of jewelry you own and why. Winner announced Wednesday.

On God rests my salvation and my glory; my mighty rock, my refuge is in God. Psalm 62:7


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  2. I have several pieces of jewelry that aren’t worth much financially, but are priceless to me:
    The first is a necklace that was a Christmas gift from my grandmother. My mom & aunt had a charm bracelet made for my grandmother when my oldest sister (her 1st grandchild) was born that had a baby shoe charm with the baby’s name & date of birth engraved on the bottom of the shoe. Whenever a new grandbaby was born, a new charm was added. One Christmas, my grandmother wasn’t able to afford gifts for all of us, so she took the charm bracelet apart and gave us each our charms on chains from her own necklaces.

    The second is my mom’s high school class ring with her initials engraved inside. She gave it to me when I graduated from HS, and when my daughter graduated, I had my initials & my daughter’s initials added & passed it on to her. .It was made even more special by the fact that my daughter graduated exactly 50 yrs after my mom & just a few months after she passed away.

    The third is my sisters Air Force ring. She was killed in a military plane crash, but she loved to fly & the Air Force gave her so much self confidence, strength, & courage. Her ring helps me keep things in perspective when times get rough.

  3. I have a pair of rose earrings and necklace my 5 year old grandson pick out for me for Christmas 4 years ago. He is so proud when he sees me wear them.

  4. I thank God for my daughters birth mother. She let go of her baby, knowing she could not raise her, praying for the family that would raise her. May God bless her!

  5. My favorite piece of jewelry is my cross necklace; times are tough but it reminds me that no matter what Jesus loves me so much that He died for me.

  6. I have a Brighton necklace with a heart on one side and a cross on the other side that I wear a lot. I got it in memory of my two children up in Heaven with God. So it holds a special place in my heart because I love them and know they are safe in God’s arms up in Heaven.

  7. My favorite piece of jewelry is the necklace that my husband bought me for our Anniversary. It is a Sterling silver cross with two hearts in the center. I love that necklace because it represents the love we have for Jesus and for the love that we have together for each other. We have been through so much together and gone through some hard times, but God has always been our refuge and our Rock that we have built our marriage on.

  8. My favorite piece of jewelry is my wedding rings. David and I have been married for 46 years. When his Mom passed away four years ago I received his Mother’s wedding rings. My husband took the small diamonds in my original set and had a pair of earrings made. I now wear his Mother’s wedding rings. So very special.

  9. my favorite piece of jewelry is wedding ring set. It is a symbol of the promise my spouse and best friend made to me and I to him to share our life together and be here for each other no matter what comes our way. When things seem bleak seeing these rings always with me reminds me we can get through anything together.

  10. I own maybe 2 or 3 pieces if jewelry but my favorite is definitely my wedding. It’s a constant reminder of my wonderful husband and the commitment I have made to him

  11. When my girls were in high school and college, I returned to school to work on my Master’s of Education degree, taking one or two classes at a time while I taught full-time. The day I finally graduated, my husband gave me a gold pendant with the university clock tower engraved on it. The pendant hangs on its chain by my initials; the year of graduation and my degree are engraved at the bottom. My husband designed this piece, and a jeweler friend constructed it. It reminds me of my husband’s love and constant support, and God’s strength that allowed me to finish my degree.

  12. My favorite piece of jewelry is my engagement ring that is a heirloom from my husband’s mother. She passed away before I could meet her and I value it for the beauty and brilliant shining light. My other piece is my gold watch my husband gave me on our first anniversary. Both are on my person every day reminding me of the love my husband has for me.

  13. My husband gave me a beautiful gold cross pendant on a gold chain for my birthday on Christmas Eve. I love it! I found out that he searched every store in the mall, and kept on looking to find just the right one! It means the world to me that he spent that time.

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