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Kids

Recent Kids Stories

Learning to enjoy God when you're running fast.

by Shawnelle Eliasen

Marlo and Danny Thomas in the 1960s, with a young St. Jude's patient

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital started with her father's prayer—and a promise kept.

by Marlo Thomas
, New York, New York

Mrs. Laird (center) and some of her former fourth-grade students reunite.

“Imagine how you would feel, alone in a country where you don’t have family or friends,” she said to her class.

by Johnna Laird
, Fremont, California

At Callaway Gardens, the beauty found in God’s nature can be seen everywhere you look.

by Judy Royal Glenn

Rev. Run and Justine Simmons

The reality show couple is taking their health into their own hands.

by Brooke Obie


What to do when you're on the fast track to a fit and can't hold back.

by Shawnelle Eliasen

When life's waves are high and choppy, it’s the prayers of others that keep us afloat.

by Julia Attaway

Pray for Marie Hatcher's young son, Matthew, on his third complicated heart surgery.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

An artist's rendering of a dressmaker's form with angel wings

She wasn't going to the dance, but she could use her sewing skills to help those who were.

by Roberta Messner
, Huntington, West Virginia

Peggy Frezon with her first grandchild, Grace

18 days ago, in one miraculous moment, I became a grandmother. And I am changed.

by Shawnelle Eliasen

girl in pumpkin patch

This devotion, a preview from Mornings with Jesus 2015, asks us to consider the outlook and attitude we put forward to the world.

by Erin Keeley Marshall
, Rogers, Arkansas

Carolyn, Gordon and daughters MacKenzie and Sydney at the Grand Canyon

It was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime. Only now, with advanced breast cancer, she wasn’t sure how long that lifetime would be.

by Carolyn Choate-Turnbull
, Nashua, New Hampshire

How can you or your church help a child looking for a forever home?

by Michelle Cox

Rick and his New York neighbor, Pamela

Our Executive Editor reminds us that when we pray for a stranger, they become a friend.

by Rick Hamlin
, New York City, New York

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