Amazing Kids! Magazine

Never Forsaken by Light Again

Never Forsaken by Light Again

By Jada Smiley, age 13, Ohio

A clear direction only existed in a false memory. Ever since I arrived here, I would blindly travel through different places without really knowing where I should stay.

The Power of Story

The Power of Story

By Zachary McClorey, age 14, Ohio

I remember walking into Sunrise Church with the dim stage lights pointing at us. The smell of dust from the room, the bleak appearance of the gym, and the number of people they put in that meager amount of space made me feel claustrophobic.

A Promise to My Mother

A Promise to My Mother

By Arpan Dey, age 9, New Delhi, India

My Dearest Mom,
As I sit down to write this letter to you, I feel blessed to have you as my mother.

Movie Trouble

Movie Trouble

By Dylan Santana, age 11, Richmond, California

It was a cold autumn day when my dad got home from work. It looked like his eyes were saying, “Let me get some sleep.”

My Dad

My Dad

By Deacon McCarley, grade 8, Ohio

I was having a great day – a smile on my face, laughing, and just being a kid. I was in class, and I loved doing work in school - two minutes before the bell, looking at the clock, not paying attention.

The Change for the Better

The Change for the Better

By Ethan Trester, grade 8, Ohio

It was a warm, hasty day in the middle of the summer. I remember that my parents didn’t do the little things anymore.

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