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Kids & Parents

A Call at Midnight:
Could a parent's love prevail?
8/2001

For What It's Worth
Ever feel like you're rushing through your day?
7/2001

Storek Helps the Stork
A Beliefnet Hometown Hero
7/2001

Mother to 3,000 Sons
Love and courage in Philadelphia
7/2001

Mikey's Goal:
A soccer game you'll never forget
6/2001

If You Had 3 Wishes...A true story about a special prom
6/2001

Jim Bedard's kids show him what it means to be rich
6/2001

Beth Quinn invents Bobber's Day-- a tribute to stepfathers everywhere
6/2001

"The Best Buttermilk Biscuits You Ever Stuck in Your Mouth" ... Beliefnet users talk about their most inspiring relatives.
4/2001

Saving Charlie
Dr. Nancy Snyderman talks about one of the most frightening times of her life
3/2001

Hope Hearts
After Gail Fasolo's first child was stillborn, her path through grief helped hundreds of other grieving mothers
2/2001

The Best Medicine
Wonder where kids get all that energy?
Here's their secret.
1/2001

A Legacy of Love
How one stepmom saved the world.
by Johanna Skilling
11/2000

Jenny's Triumph
A very special bat mitzvah for an autistic girl
10/19/2000

Cradled by Strangers
How a heartbreaking image on the evening news changed one woman's life forever
By Holly G. Miller.
08/08/2000

Mapping Life's Journey on the Refrigerator Door
Sometimes the greatest journey begins at the darndest place...
By Beth Quinn
07/28/2000

You've Gotta Break a Few Eggs
In an excerpt from her new book, Rachel Remen wonders if children aren't naturally inclined towards service.
By Rachel Naomi Remen
07/19/2000

Immy's Medal
Immy was very sick. The risks were considerable. Who has time to worry about a little pin?
By Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D.
06/07/2000

Babylift
Trying not to panic, Carol and I helped unload the babies into filthy Quonset huts in the stifling heat. Would we never get out?
by LeAnn Thieman
05/09/2000

They'll Be Fine
So you think you've had a hard time with back-to-school shopping?
By Patsy Hughes
09/05/2000

God and Wiffle Ball
"On this Father's Day, I'm uncomfortable with the usual paternal image of God. I'm a father and I know that I've done a poor job."
by Brent Davis
06/18/2000

Coyote Love
A new mother answers a mysterious summons into a dark wood where she comes face to face with a new appreciation of God's unexpected detours.
By Elizabeth Flynn Campbell
04/19/2000

The Power of Purpose
A back-to-school story about teaching and learning
8/29/2000

A Different Prayer
Thanking God...for dirty dishes?
08/09/2000

The Faith of a Child
"My Daddy says only a miracle can save him now . . . so how much does a miracle cost?"
05/16/2000

Ice Cream for the Soul
passalong of the week
04/19/2000

Bottom of the Ninth
Sometimes life gives us the chance to hit a grand slam. Such was the case during an ordinary neighborhood baseball game...
04/19/2000

Hans and Ivan Hageman Return Home to Buck the Odds
An 11-month school year? Three hours of homework per night? No TV? Why are kids flocking to this school?
04/19/2000

Ice Cream Dreams
It's never too late to have a happy childhood.
By Teri Goggin
09/11/2000

An Act of Love That Shook Two Nations
A Palestinian father gives his life to save a Jewish child.
By David Waters
09/18/2000

The Brittany Miller Foundation
Helping Families Deal With Cancer
by Rainikka Corprew05/24/2000

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