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Learning from Childlikeness

When I look at a patch of dandelions, I see a bunch of weeds that are going to take over my yard. Kids see flowers for Mom and blowing white fluff you ...

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Oxymoron: Childlike Journalist

In Something Beautiful for God, longtime British journalist Malcolm Muggeridge tells how he met Mother Teresa while filming a BBC documentary about her ...

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A Lesson from the Good Samaritan

When our son, Tory, was just a small boy, we were coming home from Sunday school and church, and I asked him what he had learned that morning. He told ...

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Take What You Get

When my brother and sister-in-law were expecting a baby, I asked my four-year-old niece, Justina, "What do you want, a baby brother or a baby sister?" ...

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Mysterious Voice

I neglected to tell my new patient, a little boy, how his hospital room intercom worked. Soon his light flashed. I called his name and asked what he wanted. ...

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God Taking Pictures

My friend has a 5-year-old daughter. One day during a thunder storm--lightning flashing, thunder roaring--he went to check on her. He found his little ...

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The Childlike Joy of Creation

How did God create daisies? I say, "Like a child." You throw a child up in the air or bounce him off your knee. When you sit him on the floor, ...

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Skipping for Easter

Several years ago, on a Saturday before Easter in another city, I was struggling under how to try to preach the Easter message to all the varied people ...

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A Child's Trust

I remember watching a father play with his little boy, repeatedly throwing him in the air and catching him just before he hit the ground. The child is ...

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When God Smiles

"I was alone, and those [segregationist] people were screaming, and suddenly I saw God smiling, and I smiled," one North Carolina girl of eight ...

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