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Self-Consciousness Hurts

When a little child becomes conscious of being a little child, the child-likeness is gone; and when a saint becomes conscious of being a saint, something ...

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Divine Directions

One day I decided to take my three children to an ice skating party in a nearby town, but after several wrong turns and stops to ask directions, I pulled ...

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Remembering What God Feels Like

In Executive Edge newsletter, management-consultant Ken Blanchard retells the story of a little girl named Schia (which first appeared in a book titled ...

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"Except Ye Become ..."

Calls to Christian development must be held in tension with a Lord who called the little children to Him, and told us that we don't have a thing on ...

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Because He Loves Me

One evening, while putting my daughter, Carla, to bed, I asked her what it was like to be four years old. She said, "It's special."

"Why ...

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Talking to God

I was tucking our preschooler in for the night when she asked if she could pray. Delighted, I told her it was a great idea to talk to Jesus. As she began ...

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The Secrets of Childbearing

When I was expecting my first baby, a six-year-old neighborhood girl was particularly curious. She wanted to see the baby furniture and hear our list ...

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Testing the Smoke Alarms

As a safety reminder, our granddaughter Barbara and her second-grade classmates were advised by their teacher to check the smoke alarms at home to see ...

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Computing Excitement

Our preschooler, Morgan, really was excited about our new home computer. We didn't know how special it was until we overheard her say, hugging her ...

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The Trouble with Old Clay

I took a piece of plastic clay,

And idly fashioned it one day.

And as my fingers pressed it still,

It moved and yielded to my will.

I came again when the ...

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