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Classic movie marquee reading Six Holiday Favorites

Here are some titles to consider when you're in the mood for an old-fashioned holiday movie.

by Brett Leveridge
, New York, New York

Get savvy about what and how your teen is posting on Instagram.

by Terry Squires

As prayer enters the digital age, here are some new ways to pray.

by Bob Hostetler

Texting while driving is now the leading cause of death among teenagers.

by Terry Squires

An artist's rendering of children performing a Nativity play.

Her darling daughters were at each other’s throats. Could the Christmas spirit help them to get along?

by Kathie Kania
, Lewistown, Montana

I can never thank God enough for being so good to me and for the gift of my family.

by Michelle Cox

Karen Valentin and her two sons cooking dinner

This single mom worries her kids are missing out on their rich heritage

by Karen Valentin

watercolor of a heart.

This Thanksgiving look back over the last five or ten years...maybe even more.

by Tricia Goyer
, Little Rock, Arkansas

Rick Jackson

A boy alone at Christmas receives a gift that would change his life.

by Rick Jackson
, Atlanta, Georgia

An artist's rendering of a child's wooden truck, festooned with a red ribbon

A man who loved making wooden toys for kids' charities at Christmas sees his life's work carried on after his passing.

by Christine Goebel
, Salisbury, Maryland

An artist's rendering of a computer with a recycling logo on its monitor screen

A group of techies in New Jersey work together to donate refurbished older computers to families who can use them.

by Glenn Paul
, Trenton, New Jersey

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

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