By Dr. Artika Tyner and Jacklyn Milton
One day when Justice was visiting, Grandma asked, “What is in your hands to make a difference in the world?”
What can I do? Justice wondered. I am only eight years old. How can I make a difference?
Grandma served in the church. She fed the hungry, sheltered the homeless, clothed those in need, and visited the sick. Grandma described this this as living out her faith.
Justice wanted to be like her grandma. She wanted to know how she could live out her faith.
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