“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you,
and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria,
and to the end of the earth.” Acts 1:8
Jesus promise was fulfilled on the Day of Pentecost. From that day on the gospel message has spread to the ends of the earth. But there are still many people who have not heard the Good News.
One of the first missionaries, along with Peter, Paul and the other apostles was Thomas. We read about his missionary endeavors not in the Bible but in history books. Thomas went as a missionary to India.
Find the story about Thomas the missionary under Stories for Children.
Johnny stepped on an ant hill and worried about how he could help the ants. He would have to become an ant! Ad the ants would have to accept his help!
Welcome to read the story. Go to the page STORIES FOR CHILDREN.
See the video: James’ Easter Egg
Read the story about the seed that opened a tomb: 47 The seed that opened a tomb
As we are in the Season of remembering the price our Savior paid for our redemption, I have three new stories that I hope will be an encouragement for children. My great-niece is only four years old but she has a tender heart and loves and prays for the children suffering in Syria and Iraq. Here she is showing off the bracelets she has made to raise money for those children. I was so inspired by her that I wrote a story, The compassion of Alida. Find it under STORIES FOR CHILDREN, together with two other stories of love and compassion.
As Jesus our Savior admonishes, let us be merciful, just as our Father is merciful (See Luke 6:36). May you have a blessed Easter!
My precious Swedish great-niece Alida
“The tongue is mightier than the sword.”
The sword can only wound on the outside, but with our tongue we damage on the inside. That was a lesson a father wanted to teach his son, a boy who had a very bad temper. With God’s help the boy learned.
Welcome to read the story: Elmer and the Exploding Temper on the page Stories for Children. Read and pass on the information to your friends. Tell your Children’s Pastor at Church about this page!
Blessings to you and yours!
This year I’m celebrating 50 years since I was appointed missionary to Peru. Eight years earlier, as a ten-year-old, God had placed a call on my life to tell children about Him. That’s what I’ve been doing ever since!
I will be writing about some of the miracles on my personal blog, at http://kelund.wordpress.com. If you subscribe to that blog you can follow along all year.
Today I have published a story about a miracle God did in multiplying the soup I cooked. I was 15 at the time and we were living in Tarma, Peru. I grew up in Chile and Peru where my parents were missionaries.
Here is a picture of the family that received the Miracle Soup! Read the story on the page: STORIES FOR CHILDREN.
I wish you God’s blessings and miracles. He is the same yesterday and today and forever. His arm is never too short to help us. Need a miracle? Trust the Lord!
May Jesus, GOD WITH US, fill your heart to overflowing with his love and grace. Under Stories for Children you can find a story about a boy in Peru who discovered the Best Gift. It could be a boy from any country, but I chose Peru since that is where I grew up. I got married in Peru and I gave birth to my two daughters there. The illustrator for our stories is a fine young lady from Peru–Cristina Alvarez. Peru has a special place in my heart!
Have you seen the PowerPoints about the Christmas Story? The illustrations were done by Absalom-Leon Sixco from Costa Rica. He is originally from El Salvador. How fitting that a man from El Salvador [The Savior] should illustrate the story of the Savior! Find the PPTs under Christmas.
I am spending Christmas with my grandkids, my inspiration!
May we all worship Jesus, King of Kings and Lord of Lords!