Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
In this story, a twelve-year-old girl is bewildered by her parents' conflicting religious beliefs. Her father is a straightforward church-goer, but her mother often goes out to streetcorners to evangelize passers-by. She gets a brief interlude from their insistent demands that she choose one side or another when she leaves Harlem for a vacation in the South with her relatives. They do not appear to be so wrapped up in otherworldly issues.