Conspiracy Of Kindness

My friend Randy Jessen tells this true story of love and kindness. It is a little longer than our usual fare, but I think you will find it well worth reading! If you had to choose one word to describe Kevin, it might be “slow.” Kevin didn’t learn his ABCs as fast as other kids. […]

Nameless Saint

by Annie Glasel The story goes something like this. There lived this woman who always wanted to be a writer. But her life was filled up with being a wife, mother of small children, daughter of aging parents, a good friend to many and a faithful lady of the church. One year, after her children […]

My Brother’s Car

Paul received an automobile from his brother as a Christmas present. On Christmas Eve when Paul came out of his office, a street urchin was walking around the shiny new car, admiring it. “Is this your car, Mister?” he asked. Paul nodded. “My brother gave it to me for Christmas.” The boy was astounded. “You […]

Macaroni

“Class, tomorrow I want you all to bring a cup of macaroni for our crafts class, okay? Now go on out there and enjoy the day.” These words from my second grade teacher at the end of the day echoed in my mind all evening. I was dreading the next day because I knew we […]

Sharks

Everyone on the fishing trawler knew about the dangers of sharks. When they brought their nets in, they saw the big dangerous beasts in the water feeding off of what got loose form their catch. Oliver’s uncle Nemo often talked to him about the dangers before he agreed to let him work as cabin boy […]