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Not long ago, U.S. News & World Report focused on "Invincible Kids"...
Not long ago, U.S. News & World Report focused on "Invincible Kids" (November 11, 1996). These are young people who—against the odds—are resilient enough to overcome difficult family conditions and to build stable and productive lives. One of the key elements in many of these instances was a caring adult—often, but not necessarily, a family member. Other magazines and newspapers tell of programs where senior citizens and youth interact with benefits on both sides.
This week's focus provides a spiritual for these kinds of relationships and offers some guidance into how all ages can benefit from knowing God's loving care of everyone.
How to bridge the generation gap
"Man in Science is neither young nor old"*
Allison T. Demarkles
All generations—united in God's love
In a crowd, in solitude, never alone
Ann L. Grauberger
Gretchen Newby Stock
Jesus growing up in Nazareth
God is with our children at school
Can God be a copilot?
Hugh Pendexter III
Don't limit God!
by Kim Shippey
Learning how to learn
Barbara M. Vining
I have always enjoyed outdoor activities
Paulette J. Watkins
I'd like to tell about a healing I had when I was about four
Austin Keel with contributions from Hallie Rea Keel
When my husband of over forty years passed on unexpectedly...
Sharon Gesler with contributions from Timothy Gesler