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Children

6-year-old boy gives Jesus an apple as a thank-you for answering a prayer

Faith like a child's and gratitude for the little things help us all get through difficult times.

Teacher’s genius idea to encourage kids to wash their hands

In light of coronavirus, this a brilliant way to wash away those germs

Pro-Life Nebraska group educates with ultrasound in school

Heart of a Child Ministries is spearheading an effort to instill respect for human development in Nebraska's youth.

Young teen bullied for his love of books gets overwhelming online support

Callum Manning's sister posted a tweet denouncing the bullying, and thousands offered him support, books, and even a job.

3-year-old helps tornado victims because “that’s what God wants us to do”

Riding to the rescue on his tricycle, toddler Dax comes armed with tools to help his neighbors.

10 Classic kid-friendly meals for Lenten Fridays

Cheap and tasty options that don't always require a recipe.

Listen to this talented six-year-old sing ‘Fly Me to the Moon’

Give your spirits a lift by watching this adorable version of the classic Sinatra song.

Kids scared about coronavirus? Here’s how to help

As the world braces itself for the worst, here are 9 tips to calm the family's nerves.

IBM to collaborate with Rome’s Bambino Gesu Hospital to help fight childhood cancer

Artificial intelligence will be brought into play in identifying diseases and getting kids treated faster.

Why the family is the most beautiful school of love

Children learn about God's love for them through their parents' example.

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