Play takes our focus off feeling responsible and weighed down with work; it awakens our intellect, provokes our sense of wonder, and refreshes our souls.
Reading quietly, underlining sentences and dog-earing pages, is also a way of knowing God, of loving him with my mind.
“Family stories also make great fodder for novelists.”
By Cathy Gohlke, author of the book A Hundred Crickets Singing
Family stories influence generations.
Deep roots take time to grow, and the consistent habits of Bible reading and prayer simply don’t happen overnight.
“Hey! What are you doing?” he asks while orbiting the Earth.
By Stacey Morgan, excerpted from the book The Astronaut’s Wife
We have four children—two teenagers and two tweens.
“Despite enduring dehumanizing battles and barriers, they fought back to become the strong shoulders on which I and others stand. During Black History Month, I honor these heroes with amazement and gratitude.
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from The Book of Amazing Stories by Robert Petterson
As he studied letters written by a jailed apostle some 1,900 years earlier, he realized that his hope wasn’t in how much he loved others but in how much his Savi