Say good-bye to summer with the glowing poetry of Jane Tyson Clement, a poet, writer, schoolteacher, and mother of seven. “Thy harvest yield is ever free, / so let it grow within my heart / to bring me into peace with thee, / no more apart.”
“There are two ways, one of life and one of death, and there is a great difference between these two ways.” … “Things have a price and can be sold, but people have a dignity; they are worth more than things and are above price.”
To be grateful for the good things that happen in our lives is easy, but to be grateful for the bad as well requires spiritual work. We are only truly grateful when we can say thank-you to all that has brought us to the present moment...
Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer...Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn. Romans 12:12,15, NIV. Lord our God, we thank you for your gospel, the great, good tidings we may carry in our hearts to give...
What is repentance? Turning your back upon the evil thing; pressing on to lay hold of that for which Christ laid hold upon you. To repent is to think...
A young Jew escapes the Holocaust and Siberian exile, but that's only the beginning of a lifelong quest for peace. Read More
In this sequel to The Prince Who Was Just Himself, Prince Noah goes to school – on a sailing ship! Through their adventures on the high seas, Prince Noah and the other children learn that everyone has something to contribute. Read More
A rich, accessible introduction to the work of the great Scottish storyteller who inspired C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien. Read More
Tramps don’t have to do any work. They just tramp around and have a good time. But when Charlie the Beaver hears water trickling, can he resist the urge to make it stop? Read More
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