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Recent Children Stories

An artist's rendering of a stork delivering a little boy and a little girl

The voice came out of nowhere, promising the impossible...

by Ruth Kizer
, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

The faces and voices may have changed, but this holiday tradition keeps family connected.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

If your teen girl isn't interested in guys, remember God is in control and all knowing.

by Terry Squires

Robbie with her son, Nicholas

She was so focused on her special-needs son that she was ignoring her own needs—and the One who was there to see her through it all.

by Robbie Pinter
, Nashville, Tennessee

Don't judge one dog based on the fear of a breed, including a pit bull named Pup Cake.

by Peggy Frezon

After all the decorating, baking, wrapping and entertaining--an "aha" moment happened.

by Michelle Cox

An artist's rendering of a pill bottle used to collect spare change

They learned that blindness in a child could be prevented with just a small donation, and they set out to make a difference.

by Eva Goertzen
, Three Hills, Alberta, Canada

Ways one family has celebrated the season over the years. 

by Michelle Cox

A mother homeschools her son.

Here are some practical tips for homeschooling using the PRAYER method.

by Julie Lavender
, Statesboro, Georgia

A little boy with a bug

Rather than fight the inevitable interruptions to our homeschool day, I learned to prevent them when I can and embrace them when I can’t.

by Julie Lavender
, Statesboro, Georgia

Avoid a Merry Christmas meltdown with these easy decorating strategies.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

There are lights all around us this season, but only one that really counts.

by Judy Royal Glenn

It's really the one thing in life we all want. And when we lose it, we want it back.

by Rev. Pablo R. Diaz, D.Min

Christmas candle in a winter scene

Do you get wrapped up in trying to make Christmas perfect?  Read this.

by Rebecca Barlow Jordan

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