The 10 short stories in this collection for young adults put flesh and blood on issues of justice at personal and societal levels and offer in-depth material for reflecting on the meaning and practice of Christian justice.
- Stanley, a young man with a penchant for moon- and stargazing, struggles to be known and respected by his father.
- Stopping at a soup kitchen to take pictures for her boyfriend's photo essay, Lia is pressed into serving the soup, and her eyes are opened to a reality that can't be seen through a camera lens.
- Lucy is someone's mother, someone's wife. To the casual observer, though, she's just a street person wandering the Mall in Washington, DC.
A companion leader's guide is also available, including suggestions for using the stories with groups.
|Dimensions:||4½" x 7.25"|
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