Here is what happened in March last year. A couple of times during the week, I had stomach trouble.
One day I woke up with a sore neck, and couldn’t straighten it without having pain. I told my mum, so she said that I could stay home with her to rest.
There came a day when Jesus said: “We need some fish and bread!” “We’ve only got two fish and five loaves of bread. ” Then Jesus said: “Lord, my Father, I thank You for feeding these people now.
Everywhere Jesus went, large crowds followed him to see the wonderful things he did—healing sick people and preaching about God’s kingdom. A young boy followed thousands of men and women and children on foot.
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.