The Forgotten Football

When Leslie entered her brother’s room,she saw Luke
searching for his football next to his closet.”Why are you
searching there?”she asked him.”Well that’s where I last found it
“Luke replied.”Check under your bed”Leslie said.Grumbling ,Luke
checked.There his football sat!”How did you know?”he asked.”Well
Jesus came to Earth in an unexpected way,so… But Luke had already
hugged her.

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Fantasy’s First Flight


“Becca , are you ready?” Ms. Erin asked. Becca nodded.

Becca knew her horse Fantasy wouldn’t fail her, but still she felt throat go dry.  She knew she had to trust God for Him to help her.

As she asked Fantasy to go over her first jump, Fantasy launched himself into the air as she leaned forward and then they hit the ground.

She thought, “God helped me.”  After all, it was fun!



The Forgetful Lightsaber

Melisa, Ruth and Mark were playing with lightsabers. Mom had said they could, but said be careful. “Ruth duck” Melissa called and Ruth ducked. “You’re slow” Melissa taunted. “Ruth is 6 and you still didn’t get her and you’re ten.” Mark was angry so he swung hard and his lightsaber hit Melissa hard in the face. She fell down crying. Just then Mom rushed out and said “What happened?” “Mark hit me” Melissa said crying. “Melissa taunted me – she said I was slower than a six year old,” said Mark. “Mark, Melissa both of you need to judge your actions”, Mom said as she handed Ruth a cookie.

– Taylor

The Text Book Cover

The Text Book Cover

Callie frowned at her old wornout textbook for a second before asking her mom, “Mom, why can’t I get a book cover to hide my text book cover, I mean, everyone has one.” Mom paused, then answered her daughter. “Maybe you don’t get it.” “Get what?” Callie demanded. “It’s like Gods word, Callie and would you hide it?” Mom said. “How about instead of covering up Gods word you spread it?” “Hunh?” Callie asked then caught on “Oh like my textbook right – thanks Mom” and disappeared into her room.

– Taylor