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Some people say they can't find God. I can't stop finding Him!
Evan Coggins Dana Point, California
One time when I went across the street I picked up a puppy named Buddy. I brought it over by my dog Bogie. Bogie was getting angry that I brought a puppy, so her leash scraped my knee. I told my dad, and my dad reminded me that God was taking care of me. I also knew God made both Bogie and Buddy, and they were God's creatures, too.
The next day the sore was getting smaller. I knew God never made a sore. It was all gone in a few days!
Kirsten Johnson Dousman, Wisconsin (as told to her mother)
When I got there, Kirsten's leg was cut badly and hurting her. Her father was comforting her. The lead on which our Norwegian elkhound is hooked is a wire, and it wrapped around her leg and pulled her down. The spiritual truths Kirsten has learned in Sunday School really helped her. She even gave a testimony one Wednesday night. And she's just five years old!
To Our Readers
with contributions from Mary Ann Norris, Judy L. Wolff, Carol Korpela, Ann Stewart
items of interest
with contributions from Gary E. Mosso, Maclean's, Thomas H. Groome, Paul Sullivan
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Janis Elisabeth Hunt Johnson
Bonny learns to trust God
Debby Norden Miller
with contributions from Evan Coggins, Kirsten Johnson, Kim Johnson
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Rebecca Lynn Marks
Carole Ann Cooper
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Edward H. Wolfe
Effects of injury eliminated
Esther J. Rees
Unafraid to talk with others about prayer
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Discovering "shy things"
William E. Moody