Stories

Greater Love

Greater Love

Whatever their planned target, the mortar rounds landed in an orphanage in the small Vietnamese village. The orphanage staff and one or two children were killed outright, and several more children wer... Read More »

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

By Michael As the son of a successful corporate lawyer, growing up was pleasant for me. Many comforts and opportunities were mine from childhood. In my early teen years my parents sent me to one of th... Read More »

It Happened to Me: Isn’t it Wonderful…?

It Happened to Me: Isn’t it Wonderful…?

By Rachel Aird Can one person really make a difference? One “ordinary” middle-aged woman made a difference in my life. I was a good girl, and everybody said so. I was the head girl of my grammar schoo... Read More »

Faith, Love, Courage

Faith, Love, Courage

By Dan Johnston The greatest gifts my mother ever gave me were the gifts of courage and faith. Some parents teach their children courage, determination, or any of a number of other virtues by reading ... Read More »

Lunch With God

Lunch With God

There once was a little boy who wanted to meet God. He knew it was a long trip to where God lived, so he packed his suitcase with cookies and a few bottles of juice and started his journey. When he ha... Read More »

The Valentine Treasure

The Valentine Treasure

By Nyx Martinez History books tell us that during the Feast of Lupercalia, an event that evolved into the celebration known as Valentine’s Day, it was the custom for Roman youths to cast lots fo... Read More »

The List

The List

At a couple’s golden marriage anniversary celebration, the wife told guests the secret of her happy 50-year marriage. “On my wedding day, I decided to make a list of ten of my husband’s faults, which ... Read More »

Romance, Romance!

Romance, Romance!

By Rose Gagnon After twenty years of marriage and rarely spending so much as a night without my husband Bruce, circumstances had kept us apart for over a year. Our two teenage sons and I were doing Ch... Read More »

36 Seconds

36 Seconds

By Misty Kay My husband Daniel and I live with our four children on the 13th floor of an apartment building in Taichung City, Taiwan. Needless to say, the elevator is a part of our daily lives. It had... Read More »

Noble Disagreement

Noble Disagreement

Retold by Keith Phillips In the city of Weimar, Germany, there is a statue that was set up in 1857. It is of two of Germany’s great writers, who were also good friends—Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749... Read More »

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