Kids

Recent Kids Stories

Jamie and her family make baseball cookies

I loved being back in the workforce, but would I still have time to bake my kids’ favorite baseball sugar cookies?

by Jamie Troutman
, Morrison, Illinois

Advice on coping

How to deal with devastating news of earthquakes, floods and other natural catastrophes.

by Alina Larson


Guideposts Comfort Kits for Kids

A hospital chaplain shares inspiring stories about Guideposts reaching out to sick children.

by Chaplain Danny Cavett
, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Teaching your kids to be faithful

Mix memory, trust and a pinch of Proverb to help your kids in finding faith.

by Tom Sheridan
, Ocala, Florida

Jill Wolpert

A quilter finds a creative way to use her craft to reconnect with her estranged father.

by Jill Wolpert
, Soldotna, Alaska

Faith, hope and love brought this actress happiness

The surprising realization that made award-winning actress Andie MacDowell feel complete.

by Andie MacDowell


Snack recipes: Red Rocket Tea

Valentine's Day favorites aren't just for kids anymore.

by Mary Lou Heiss and Robert J. Heiss


A creative way to say "I love you"

A short inspirational story about a widow's first Valentine's Day alone.

by Lupe Ruiz-Flores
, San Antonio, Texas

Patricia Heaton's secret to success

Actress Patricia Heaton reveals her secret to success.

by Patricia Heaton
, Los Angeles, California

Snack recipes: Snack mix is a family tradition

Snack recipes are supposed to be a snap. But this one was a quirky family tradition.

by Marva Rasmussen
, Cincinnati, Ohio

Dinner recipes: Ravio-sagne

A new twist on a traditional dinner recipe!


Tommy Herr

When Tommy Herr was traded to another team, he felt like his career was over. God had another plan.

by Tommy Herr


Christmas ornaments

Her oldest son was heading off to college soon. Christmas seemed bittersweet.

by Shawnelle Eliasen
, Port Byron, Illinois

Kids under the tree at Christmas

The kids are grown. Christmas wasn't the same. But with a little prayer and a lot of hope, one mother accepts how things have changed.

by Peggy Frezon
, Rensselaer, New York

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