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25 Most Recent Inspirational Short Stories

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A Family Made Out Of Miracles And Rainbows (Part Five) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
The continuing saga of the Sandusky Family, now numbering eleven: nine children, two (frazzled) parents...
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A Family Made Out Of Miracles And Rainbows (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A mother of sixty three children (sixty one adopted) writes about how her International Family came into being by the Miracle of special needs adoption. This is the first part of a brand new series starring the Sandusky Family. Enjoy!..
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A Family Made Out Of Miracles And Rainbows (Part Three) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Things are still dicey at the best, but finally, after months of despair and heartbreak, the situation starts to improve for the Sandusky children; soon, more children will join the family, instantly swelling the family of four to a family of 11 overnight...
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A Family Made Out Of Miracles And Rainbows. (Part Eight) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
The besieged parents get used to raising more than a dozen children, most, of which, have special needs. Image of rainbow (c) 2011, by Karla Dorman...
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A Family Made Out Of Miracles And Rainbows. (Part Nine) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
The public reacts to the growing family with mixed results...
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A Family Made Out Of Miracles And Rainbows. (Part Seven). by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Seven more children join the Sandusky family, bringing the total to eighteen...
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A Family Made Out Of Miracles And Rainbows. (Part Twelve) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Things continue to be hectic for this burgeoning family, and Louisiana is having regrets about taking in so many needy children...
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A Family Made Out Of Rainbows And Miracles (Part Four) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
The seven new kids join the family, instantly swelling the ranks; Johnny and Ronee' eventually return home, where they have to learn how to do many things over again since waking up from their lengthy comas...
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A Family Made Out Of Rainbows And Miracles. (Part Eleven) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana and Bill continue to deal with Matthew's severe behavioral problems and deal with a child who is dying of AIDS, in addition to their own brood, who present special challenges as well...
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A Family Made Out Of Rainbows And Miracles. (Part Six) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Even after adopting 11 children previously, Louisiana and Bill Sandusky would like to add to their burgeoning family...
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A Family Made Out Of Rainbows And Miracles. (Part Ten) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Five more children (all foster kids) add to the mix, making for even more chaos for the burgeoning Sandusky Family...
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A Family Of Angels by Denise Contreras
A family of Angels consists of a mom and dad and two daughters this family took me in to their lives. Today I call them my family of Angels...
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a few bumps with the big g by Bradley Bodeker
rodney has lives in constant emotional pain, after many loud grievances, he gets an audience with the big g...will he regret it?..
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A Fiction Story About: DOVER HATFIELD! by Clarence Prince
There is nothing better than to have faith in God; for, there will come a payday to all those that fear and trust the Lord...
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A Fiction: Story Of Wasp! by Clarence Prince
Don't be too hasty; perhaps if we could wait, we would probably learn much more! ..
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A Fistful Of Dollars. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A woman finds an unexpected blessing...
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A Flower in Winter by Julia Rose
The shrill sound of the phone pentrated my soul. I held my breath said a quick prayer and counted to five before I picked up. I didn't want to sound overly concerned to Ginny, but the truth be told, I sounded more anxious than she did about her impending biopsy...
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A Forever Family #10: The Riley Family by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A story about yet another special family. This family lives in Texas; they were recently featured in the stories "Xu Wang Finds A Family" and "Xu Wang Finds A Family--Conclusion". They live in Burleson, Texas, which is near Fort Worth...
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A Forever Family #14: The Oederkirk Family of Racine, Wisconsin by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A very special family from up north in Wisconsin shares their story...
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A Forever Family #15: The Douglas Family of California by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A family opens their hearts and home to two more children after having four of their own. This particular family lives in California, in the city of Irvine...
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A Fragile Lamb: Special Needs Parenting 101. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A little girl is the center of her family's world, but it isn't easy, as you will soon see why in this story...
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A Friend Like Tonya. ... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Two women share a very close friendship. Image (C) 2008, Karla Dorman...
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A Friendship Began (A Conversation Between Tana and Abby W/S Tagert) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Abby (Ashes To Embers) says: what is your disabilty, if I may ask? Tana Williams (Four Words To Freedom) says: Cerebral Palsy Spastic Quadrapalegia, non verbal, I use communication tools Abby (Ashes To Embers) says: oh, ok Abby (Ashes To Embers) says: doesn't that make i..
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A Generous God by Paul Mc Cann
We must consider always Gods intervention in our lives . ..
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A Gentleman Drunk - Movie Treatment by Jeffrey Taylor
A Gentleman Drunk journals the extended ballad of one manís true battle with alcohol and how he conquered it. This distinguished achievement of real-life drama is combined with wit and brutal honesty as the sobering events of Jeffreyís life leave him at rock bottom before he discovers the source of ..
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A Gift of Love by Dave Ferruolo
While thinking of the plight of the nation after 911 and while gas prices soared over $3.00 a gallon, my son gave me a gift. His gift was his love, and I knew all would be okay...
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A Gift of Love by JMS Bell
An act of true Love...is never forgotten..
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A Gift To You by Deborah Tornillo
My mother's brother sent this to me today and I wanted to share it with the Den today, the day before Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone at the Den. God bless all of you...
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A Half Hour Early by Elizabeth Blake
A brush with death taught me that we are not alone...
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A Hand Across Time by Jeanne Howard
A loving tribute to a departed friend who returns now and then to keep a promise..
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A Healing Miracle by Pearl Blevins
A true story about the author's grandson. Eric is married now and has a son that looks just like him. God is so Good!..
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A Heroes Journey by david breslow
A true story about a man who was diagnosed with a neurological condition who decided to risk the walk of his life!..
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A Home For Hisako by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Hisako was an infant, when we first applied to adopt her. By the time we finally brought our little girl home to our little mountain town in California, she has been with us, for almost a year now, she is almost three and she is as bright as a bulb, she can sing Jesus Loves Me at the top of her litt..
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A Job For Roy. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A formerly homeless man finds a job and a place to call home...
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A Journey from Pain to Peace by Niki Collins-Queen
Although my mother's body and mind have withered and no longer work her spirit is strong. Her eyes are amazingly serene and there is a peace and radiance about her. I feel humbled and grateful to have been with her. Photo by Chris Bryson..
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A journey of depression by Deborah Richards
my life my story, my peace...
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A Journey to Healing :Sienna's Story Part One by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Life after a spinal cord injury is never easy, but somehow, (with the grace of God) you get past the trauma..
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A Leisurely Walk... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Life bothering you lately? Take time to take a walk and enjoy the surroundings about you! (I did this very thing myself; and I had a very nice walk! I walked from the library to the Corner Bookstore, which is a good distance away, and I then walked back. I was gone for over an hour.)..
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A Lesson For Life by Nitin Kulkarni
We often meet some individuals who leave a lasting impression on your life ! This story is to acknowledge contributions of one such person who changed my life...
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A Lesson From the Pages of History by Jim Clifford
Christians who continue to live in fear are still slaves to their sinful natures. They are still listening to what the world has to say and they're still thinking like the world thinks. To illustrate my point, please permit me to draw from American history. ..
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A Lesson In Crying. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A person learns to let go of past hurts...
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A Letter From Mama (Audrey Jackson writes her Daughters) by Sarah Tagert
I know you miss Susie and want her to be with you, but she needs to be where she is right now. Please donít be mad at her. She is as mixed up and sad as you are. ..
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A Letter Of Hope. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A struggling woman is startled to find that someone has been leaving her money and letters of encouragement...
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A Letter To Bitta From Louisiana Mayrah... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana Sandusky writes to her friend in Canada before starting work. She was a half hour late due to traffic backup, and it is a slow start to her work day...
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A Letter To Kendra (By Ronee', aged 11) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana's daughter, Ronee', fires off a letter to her mother's new friend in California...
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A Letter To LaNelle: Louisiana Writes... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana writes again, this time to a woman in Detroit, Michigan, who has adopted six little girls, all from Africa...
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A Letter To My Child With Special Needs.: Special Needs Parenting 101 by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A mother writes to her little boy, to tell him how much she loves him, even though he is disabled...
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A Letter To Regina April: Louie Writes... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana emails her newest California friend after Regina April Singleton has emailed her another letter...
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A Life Shaping Experience by Deborah Greenough
I found myself lost when I became the "caregiver"...
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A Letter to John Steinbeck by Josephine Bohen
Salinas California December 5, 2002 Dear John, (love saying that) Iíve read your letters, I doubt very much that you appreciate it, but there it is, someone published them and I read them, and have to say savored them. Iíve read but one of your purposely published works, Cup of Go..
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