Editor’s Note: Every so often, we love to share guest posts from some of our amazing readers and community members. Today’s post is from Jessica Poe of Jessica Poe.com. Jessica is a mother of three and a collector of divine details. She’s also a homeschooler by day and writer by naptime. Jessica and her family…

The miracle of growth is all around us. Tiny seeds grow into towering trees, single sparks turn into rip-roaring fires, and helpless infants become leaders of nations. But there’s a catch: each of these examples require outside support. A young and tenacious Sarah Harris is an example of someone who’s dedicated herself to supporting such growth. As a student…

Editor’s Note: Every so often, we love to share guest posts from some of our amazing readers and community members. Today’s post comes from Shawna from Eat, Think, and Be Merry. As we hustle and run around during this busy Spring season, we hope her words will inspire you to stop and take a deep…

Claire’s friend got an award at school a while ago. It was a big deal. I could hear the envy in Claire’s voice as she told me all about it and asked when she might get her own award. It’s amazing what a little piece of paper can do. All that talk made me remember…

I just got home from a trip to North Carolina.  I loved the huge lush trees and rolling hills set against the bright blue sky.  The air smelled fresh and clean.  But I was there for a somber reason. Growing up in New York, Amanda and I had become best friends when she moved into…

Garett Bolles and Emily Belle Freeman

Editor’s Note: We’ve loved sharing these Good News stories the past few weeks with you, and today, we’re thrilled to be sharing a story a little closer to home. We hope you enjoy and feel as uplifted by it as the rest of us have as we’ve watched this story unfold. Emily Freeman, a co-founder…

The view took my breath away, really. It was one great, wide chasm—The Grand Canyon—stretching expansively across the panorama of earth’s horizon. I never imagined how awestruck I would be gazing on this wonder of creation. But the breathtaking spectacle did little to help me sleep that night. I lay awake listening to the loud…

Teaching religious principles to young people can be difficult, but the starting place has always got to be seeking to understand your learners. Whether young people, children, or peers, effective teachers strive to know and empathize with the concerns of those they teach. Has the person you are teaching lost a loved one? It would…

During the hustle and bustle of getting 6 kids ages 16 to 4 to bed, I half-heartedly reminded my 10-year-old son to brush his teeth. Two minutes later he was playing on his yo-yo, and when I asked if he had brushed his teeth he said, “Yes!?!?” I could tell by his answer that it…

Take a few moments to consider what it would be like to receive a personalized gift from God. What would you do with it? How would you treat that gift? God has given us many gifts, one of which is our talents. Bud Nations understands the importance of sharing his talents. As an 8-year-old boy…

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