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See the Seahorse

See the Seahorse

See the Seahorse I wait for the Lord to help me. I trust His word. — Psalm 130:5 The seahorse (or Hippocampus, if you want to be scientific!) is a tiny fish that lives in the oceans. It’s called a seahorse because its head looks like the head of — you guessed it — a

Bestsellers of the Year – 2021

Editor’s Note: Have you ever wondered what other people read this year? What readers loved and gifted for others? Here are our top 10 bestselling books for 2021 among your fellow FaithGateway and Devotionals Daily readers. This year has been another rough one, hasn’t it? We’ve all needed a little more peace. In the stresses,

Our Favorite Kids’ Books for Fall

What does Fall bring? Colorful leaves, pumpkin patches, cooler weather…and a ton of great books for kids! Whether snuggling up and reading with your little one or encouraging the young readers in your life, you’ll find awesome reads for kids of all ages! Here are some of our favorite new releases for Fall: * *

Shine On!

Try to shine as lights among the people of this world, as you hold firmly to the message that gives life.— Philippians 2:1516 CEV There’s a lot of talk about moonlight and how it lights up the night. But, actually, there’s no such thing as moonlight. The Moon doesn’t really shine at all; rather, when

Indescribable book

What God Sees {Indescribable by Louie Giglio}

Nothing in all creation is hidden from God’s sight. — Hebrews 4:13 NIV Did you know that on a clear night, away from the city lights and using only your eyes, you can see all the way to the Andromeda Galaxy, which is located an astonishing 2.5 million light-years from Earth? And on a really

God’s Awesome, Unique Design of All People: Teaching Our Kids About Diversity

We attend an inner-city church in Little Rock, Arkansas. Little Rock is known to be a place of desegregation struggles — past and present. Up until 1957 schools here were segregated, and even now the residential areas of our city are highly segregated. Whites live on one part of town and blacks in the other.

Indescribable – Teaching Kids to Be in Awe of God’s Creation

How did people live when dinosaurs were around? How did the stars get in the sky? How does gravity really work? If you’ve heard these questions, or similar ones, from your child, then you are not alone. Curiosity is part of human nature and each of us, young or old, longs to know more and

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