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‘I Will Not Stop’: Grandma Arrested For Feeding the Homeless Speaks Out, Sues, and Refuses to Stop Ministry

A 78-year-old grandmother from Arizona who spends her time selflessly helping the poor is fighting back after she says she was arrested for feeding the homeless in a local park.

“I will not [stop my ministry],” Norma Thornton told CBN’s Faithwire. “I don’t care what they say. They are wrong, and I’m right. One of the ways I know I’m right is: I’ve prayed about it.”

Thornton explained how her invocations to the Lord always lead other good Samaritans to deliver something she needs.

“Every time I’m in doubt, something happens … suddenly there’s a box of food or a bag of food or whatever it is I need,” she said. “Blankets showed up here at my doorstep just a few days ago. The temperature dropped quite a bit [and] many of the people were very cold.”

Keep reading this article on Faithwire.

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