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Recent Kids Stories

Going where kindness and hope are rare commodities

by Michelle Cox

Glen and Jonathan

Fatherhood was a role he felt unqualified to fill, but he had the best role-model he could hope for.

by Glen Allison
, Tupelo, Mississippi

A woman's cluttered desk is plastered with post-it notes.

Between my family and my job, I was stretched to the limit.

by Kerry M. Berk
, Havertown, Pennsylvania

Veteran Jas Boothe in her Army uniform

Her non-profit organization, Final Salute, has helped over 300 homeless women vets and their children

by Brooke Obie
, Senior Digital Editor, Guideposts.org

A sister remembers an amazing leap and the Virgin Mary.

by Diana Aydin

Technology can help us with our prayers. Here are three ways.

by Bob Hostetler

Boxer puppy on the cover of 'Surviving Henry'

This book is not about a perfect pet or a perfect pet parent. It's about a perfect love.

by Peggy Frezon


Faith the dog goes for a stroll.

How a puppy taught my family to take that great leap of faith.

by Jude Stringfellow
, Edmond, Oklahoma

A. B. Curtiss and her grandchildren

How a grandmother's poem turned into an inspiring children's book about September 11.

by A. B. Curtiss
, Escondido, California

woman on a swing as the sunsets

Sometimes it's the simple things that guide us to grow spiritually.

by Erin Keeley Marshall
, Rogers, Arkansas

Bessie and Rose in 1937

All the Johnsons knew the story of that night in 1935 when little Rose fought for her life while a storm rolled across the Texas Panhandle

by Rose Foster


The wisdom of waiting when you want your teenager to listen

by Julia Attaway

They are, after all, in God's hands.

by Rick Hamlin

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

by Edie Melson

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