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Recent Kids Stories

Sherie Huffman and her son, Eric, inspired and encouraged each other.

Inspired by her son's faith in her, a fifty-something woman conquers self-doubt and masters taekwondo.

by Sherie Huffman
, West Hills, California

Swedish Meatballs

Here's a satisfying and fun dish that will have the entire family coming back for more.

by Margaret Panico
, Lake Luzerne, New York

A retiree shares her faith by inspiring a group of children to learn to cook.

A retiree shares her faith and gets her prayer answered by introducing children to the ways of the kitchen.

by Margaret Panico
, Lake Luzerne, New York

Keisa and Rex Willimon

A family relies on faith and prayer to bring loved ones home in this heroic tale of survival.

by Keisa and Rex Willimon
, Easley, North Carolina

Marci and her husband, John

Prayer helps a woman come to terms with a difficult situation.

by Marci Seither
, Alta, California

John Kaiser (right) and Gage

An interior designer brings happiness to children with special needs.

by John Kaiser
, Wilmington, North Carolina

Traci (center) gets moving with Jamie and David.

Through support, exercise, motivation, and nutrition, one woman makes a positive change in her life.

by Traci Tate
, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Ginger Rue savors some pie

PieLab, a restaurant in Greensboro, Alabama, is where locals flock to find a sense of community.

by Ginger Rue
, Northport, Alabama

A stranger answers a woman's prayer, igniting her faith.

by Yvonne Willis
, Chesterfield, Virginia

A mother grows spiritually when she realizes that her adult son will always be in her heart.

by Judy Burden
, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

A little boy teaches his mother a wonderful lesson about what prayer can do.

by Karen Barnett
, Albany, Oregon

A mother finds out just what prayer can do for her son.

by Donna Fine

There's been an epidemic of liars lately. Is it really that hard to be honest?

by Rick Hamlin

On my first Father’s Day without a father, I think back to how I celebrated him when I was a child, and what has meant most to me with my own sons.

by Rick Hamlin

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