An ember of Hope, Fire Safety - 4:30
Justina Age, Founder & Executive Director
Posted Jul 05, 2017
Justina's life was changed forever in the early morning hours of March 7, 1999. That is when fire swept through her Houston home, killing her 22-month old twin son, Amos, severely injuring the other twin Benjamin, and leaving her with third degree burns over 55 percent of her body. With the support of her surviving family, her husband, James, and their 5 boys, church family, and with the power of faith and love, Justina has made a miraculous recovery. For More Information, please visit
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