Recent Children Stories

The wisdom of waiting when you want your teenager to listen

by Julia Attaway

Dionna Sanchez on gratitude for life's ups–and downs. It's all a miracle!

by Diana Aydin

As parents we teach our children. But we don't always notice what they teach us.

by Edie Melson

Tricia Goyer, Mornings with Jesus author

Words of wisdom to help you leave today's worries in Jesus' capable hands.

by Tricia Goyer
, Little Rock, Arkansas

Patty Duke

In this story from January 1963, the actress explains how playing Helen Keller helped to strengthen her faith.

by Patty Duke
, as told to Sidney Fields

Natalie Gillespie

Familial relationships today are complicated and entangled, but also richly rewarding.

by Natalie Gillespie
, Weeki Wachee, Florida

Doctor welcomes every newborn with a song

Dr. Carey D. Andrew-Jaja, the "Singng Doctor," welcomes every baby into the world with a song.

Elizabeth Peale Allen

God longs to talk with you even more than you want to speak to Him. Here are four ways He speaks to us.

by Elizabeth Peale Allen
, Pawling, New York

Pam Hanson, Great Aunt Carrie and a friend at Hanson's high school graduation

Even though family gatherings that large were bound to involve dissension, Aunt Carrie’s strong faith in God prevailed.

by Pam Hanson
, Kearney, Nebraska

ambulance with lights flashing speeding down the highway

A mother's worst nightmare turns into a miracle thanks to a heavenly healing hand.

by Debbie Mosher
, Manassas Park, Virginia

Molly Brown Pennington and her family, Dari, Dash, Phineas and Val (l-r)

She had a vision of a little girl ... and an angel. That vision soon became a reality.

by Molly Brown Pennington
, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Susanna Foth Aughtmon

A preview from Mornings with Jesus 2015 to help you see the difficulties as important milestones on life's path.

by Susanna Foth Aughtmon
, Redwood City, California.

Dori's daughter Elizabeth with her Guideposts for Kids Comfort Kit

This was her daughter’s third time in the hospital, and she wasn’t sure she could bear it.

by Dori Sharp
, Aurora, Missouri

God loves me too much to give me what is not best. I’m grateful to be in the center of His hand, where I can rest in the sweet place of relationship and love.

by Shawnelle Eliasen

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