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TO PROTECT AND NURTURE THE WORLD'S CHILDREN
"THE STREETS OF THE CITY shall be full of boys and girls playing in the streets thereof" (Zech. 8:5). Truly the sounds of children playing—safely—are among the sweetest. Sounds that lighten hearts, as spring bird-song evokes precious promises.
The protection of children, and of childlike innocence, cannot be taken lightly. Yet reports of bullying, street fights, murder, and armed child soldiers are all too commonplace in today's world. At the same time, fashion and advertising sometimes aggressively promote sensual and habit-forming products to younger and younger audiences.
with contributions from JOAN WATTAM, JULIE FINNIN DAY, BOB WILSON, DOLORES FRAZIER, DAVID HELMER
Don't forget to smell the flowers
MAIKE BYRD, CHILDREN'S EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Alline Kent, Ulrich Boser, Malcom Foster, Frederica Saylor
SHATTERING THE TIME MYTH
By Colleen Douglass
TOWARD FRAZZLE-FREE FAMILIES
By Warren Bolon
STRESSED OUT? TEENS SAY MAKE PRAYER A PRIORITY
By Suzanne Smedley
CIVIC DUTIES CALL FOR SPIRITUAL PLEAS
By Sara Hoagland Hunter
JUSTICE AND THE SYMPATHY FACTOR
NO OTHER VIABLE OPTION
By Walt Rodgers
FACING DOWN FEAR THROUGH THE POWER OF GOD
By Dee Lewis
MY LIFE'S WORK
A LESSON FROM A BEE STING
By Lewis Hall
NO COMPETITION FOR RESOURCES
HEALED AFTER RUNNING A 'HOLY' RACE
A FAMILY PRAYS
FRED WIENECKE with contributions from LAUREN WIENECKE
A NEW OUTLOOK BRINGS HEALING