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Once I was at a friend's house. We were going to have dinner. We were having pancakes. And I really love pancakes! But before I ate any pancakes, I started feeling sick in the stomach and I threw up a little. Then I started to say a prayer—knowing that I could only feel what God felt, because I am made in His image and likeness.
I fell asleep in the bathroom. I don't know what happened when I was asleep, but when I woke up, I felt better, almost forgetting what had happened. Then I ate five cookies and a couple of plates of pancakes.
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TO OUR READERS
It's great to be a child!
Ruth Elizabeth Jenks
Lucy Chambers Karwell
"Your joy no man taketh from you"
Laura C. Lawrence
God is real? Prove it
Laura K. Robinson-Long
School space, politics, and God's beloved child
Gayle Miller Huizinga
Spirituality: an antidote to crime
Margaret Coleman Brown Poyser
There is a right way out
Louise Clarke Harsch
The day I lost my wallet...
Cornelia Schacht with contributions from Rita Klintwort de Almeida
with contributions from Sean Evans, Mary MacDermott, Rachel Draskovich, Tupele-Ebi Diffa, Robin Raflo
Women and spirituality
by Kim Shippey
Praying for—and with—your child
Mary Metzner Trammell
About three years ago I was at a softball practice, and my team...
Amy Berg with contributions from Barbara Mary Berg
When I was a young adult I was living alone in my parents'...
Stephanie L. Deher
About a year ago I was out on my porch deck watering plants...
Lulu S. Hoerner