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Lest summer, as part of the Junior Life Guards' program, I entered the "Ironman" exercise for 9-to 14-year-olds. It was my first time doing the Ironman.
Here's what we had to do. First, we ran along the beach, and then swam twice around what's called Buddy's Buoy in the ocean. After that, we ran or jogged for two miles, then swam twice around another buoy. Then we did more running—a total of six miles in all.
I did very well. But there came a time when I needed to walk, instead of run, because I was hurting. I really wanted to finish the race. So I kept going, and I thought about what I'd learned in Sunday School—that God is everywhere. I felt confident that I was strong enough to finish the race because God was there helping me.
Hey, Kids ...
Hellooooo, anybody out there?
with contributions from Laurance Doyle, Natasha Dakin, Nicole Dakin, Sarah Frank, Abbe Milliron, Cole Milliron, Gabriel Montone, Logan Montone
What would YOU do?
with contributions from Michael, Karin, Sarah, Jo, Emma, Lisa, Courtlyn, Sam, Alanna, Emma
Two thumbs up for Jenny
By Gina McMurchy-Barber
Kids draw ... more favorite Bible characters
with contributions from Georgia Payne, Carolyn Lewelling, Elsa Shaulus, Cody Frosh, Sheila John, Magan Leek, Ruthie Flynn
with contributions from Emma Lowenberg, Annabel Engledow, Barron Gilmore
A letter from the Philippines
By Christine Palista
God is good
Olaola Oyeyipo with contributions from James Keller, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Abigail Adams
I went into the 'prayer closet'
Jorge Luis Takase
God's arm was around me
Ready, set, go
Nothing but spiritual things
I forgave my horse
Sometimes I call myself Jungle Jordan
Jesus showed the way
By Laurie Toupin
with contributions from Ellie Fowler, Estella von Cardinal
Things you've shared
with contributions from Silas Eastman, Emily Gilbert, Latonya Tomas barros, Francesca Dakin-White