Last spring, we were playing Capture the Flag at my school. In the middle of the game a girl tripped me, and I rolled my ankle.
My name is Hannah, and I live in Grand Ledge, Michigan. I am in second grade, and I attend a Christian Science Sunday School.
When I was about six, my family and I went on vacation to Tahiti. While we were there, one night I woke up with a piercing pain in my left ear.
I woke up one morning and got out of bed to check on my guinea pig, Brownie. But Brownie was gone.
I went to the town swimming pool with my mom and my sister Sophie. Sophie and I decided to go on the slide together.
A Christian Science Sunday School in Yorba Linda, California, decided to cherish the spiritual meaning of Christmas throughout the year. Each month, the kids focused on one symbol of Christmas and what it meant to them.
When Mark’s mother told him that everyone was an idea of God, made in His image and likeness, Mark said: “I don’t want to be an idea. I want to be a real boy that everyone can see!” “But you are a real boy,” she said.
I’m really grateful for God’s allness and healing power. I was getting dressed when I started to sneeze.
Glory to thine ardent Name, O Lord, our God, to Thee, Mighty Creator of the Universe, We sing Thy praises joyfully, Thine everlasting works we do see, And may Thy Children give thanks to Thee. We lift our voices in grateful praise, Dear Lord, to Thee our voices we raise.
I was at my hotel in Panama, where my family and I went on vacation. My mom, my two cousins, and I were going swimming at the pool all day.