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Kids

Recent Kids Stories

A family dog offers insights into how God walks beside us, step by step.

by Edie Melson

Close-up of woman holding keys.

Would my daughter ever find the right home?

by Karen Strand
, Lacey, Washington

Our struggles and scars can make us stick out in the very best way!

by Diana Aydin

For military families–or all families–moving can be God's training tool for learning to embrace change.

by Edie Melson

Bill Giovannetti

In this preview from Daily Guideposts 2015, an amazing vacation helps this devotional writer see heavenly beauty in each and every day.

by Bill Giovannetti
, Redding, California

Television personality Monty Hall

In this story from September 1975, the popular game show host celebrates his mother's legacy of love.

by Monty Hall


Imagine the car of your dreams. A car that betters the world somehow. What do you see?

by Diana Aydin

motorcycle helmet on the pavement, in the road

What good could come from a motorcycle wreck?

by Pat McKelley
, Wooster, Ohio

Fran-Alice Aberle

Three young siblings, asked to watch over four baking loaves, see their prayers for a kitchen miracle answered.

by Fran-Alice Aberle
, Tulsa, Oklahoma

two little girls playing in a creek

In this excerpt from Dreams of Angels, a grieving daughter begs God to help her see her alcoholic mother in a new light.

by Lou Dean


Soprano Beverly Sills

In this story from November 1973, the beloved operatic soprano shares how God helped her cope with her special-needs children.

by Beverly Sills
, New York, New York

A beach at sunset

Walking down the beach that day, he was so wrapped up in his own problems he almost didn’t hear the girls screaming.

by Edson Bourn
, Jacksonville, Florida

Eventually I stopped fighting back and began to listen to what our son had to say. He won me over with these simple words...

by Edie Melson

Jim Hinch and his children

He thought parenting was something a couple did together, but when your wife is a busy pastor, sometimes you have to handle it solo.

by Jim Hinch
, San Jose, California

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