Story for Independence Day: Grandpa Max’s Flag

 

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Here’s a great story to read for Independence Day to your kids. It’s called “Grandpa Max’s Flag,” by Peggy Epstein. This story tells of what it’s like to live in a land where people don’t have the liberty we do here. We don’t have to live in fear that soldiers can come to our home any day or night and search our homes, because of our Constitution. Do we know what liberty the flag of the United States represents? Even though our government has problems, it is based on liberty and God-given rights. You can find the story here, from the July 1988 Friend, the magazine for children of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This story is curated in my Family Devotionals Ebook, which is still on sale for $3.99. Go here to learn about that.

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