Moss Point, Mississippi

“Our Chief is cracking down on kids in our community… teaching them they can’t base their lives on drugs, violence and alcohol. And I try to teach that each day with my grandson. Why just this morning we went out with the police, holding a cross and walking down the streets.”  He looks down at his grandson and asks why they were marching. “We were marching for Jesus!” said his grandson. “Tonight’s my wife’s and my anniversary. We’ve been together 14 years and been living seven of those in separate houses. It’s worked out real well. Also, let them know that this is a cup of coffee… it ain’t no alcohol. I don’t drink anymore.”

“Our Chief is cracking down on kids in our community… teaching them they can’t base their lives on drugs, violence and alcohol. And I try to teach that each day with my grandson. Why just this morning we went out with the police, holding a cross and walking down the streets.” He looks down at his grandson and asks why they were marching. “We were marching for Jesus!” said his grandson. “Tonight’s my wife’s and my anniversary. We’ve been together 14 years and been living seven of those in separate houses. It’s worked out real well. Also, let them know that this is a cup of coffee… it ain’t no alcohol. I don’t drink anymore.”

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