The Children's Crusade - Chapter 9: James Summary & Analysis

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In this section, James describes how he believes he was born again when he met his people, members of a collective called The Barn, when he was thirty-seven. It was a group of twenty-six people who helped each other and fellowshipped, like a family. He was surprised and pleased when people told him he was a great addition to the group. A welcome change because he was so used to people telling him he was a disappointment.

Soon James began spending time with Celia, a wife and mother of two, who was also part of the group. One evening while visiting with another of the families, one of the children pointed out that James had a crush on Celia. He noticed the mother give him a pointed look. A few days later the same woman, Sarah Rankin, commented to James that one of...

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