Gayle Veitenheimer

Inspirational stories and creative nonfiction that encourage children to walk out their Christian faith.

How to Have Fun . . . with God

You have let me experience the joys of life and the exquisite pleasures of your own eternal presence. Psalm 16:11 TLB I sat in my tent and read my Bible. Though it was early, the sun was up. Outside, guides banged pots and pans as they prepared breakfast on this, the last day of our Rogue…
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How to Capture Your (and Your Kid’s) Complaints

We take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ. 2 Corinthians 10:5 NIV As summer approaches, what do you plan to capture?  Moments with growing kids?  Memories with friends and family?  How about thoughts? No, not the ones you add to the to-do list before you forget. Out-of-bound thoughts.  Like complaints.  Complaints are…
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Spiritual Warfare: How to Guard Your Castle

One of my favorite stories is “The Knights of the Silver Shield” by Raymond M. Alden. In the story, a group of valiant knights lived in the forest where they fought the evil giants of the land. They bore silver shields that shone brightly when a knight was virtuous but became cloudy when he was…
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How to Worship Extravagantly: The Woman with the Alabaster Jar

The alabaster jar of spikenard. An unusual gift. Precious. Costly. This was no bottle of cheap perfume. The pink-blossomed spikenard plant grew in India. Its fragrant oil, collected from the plant’s spikes, was valued so highly that one bottle cost a year’s wages.  Scripture records several accounts of women bringing their oil-filled alabaster jars to…
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How Much More: Understanding God’s Love for You

“If you, then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him!” Matthew 7:11 NIV How much more!  Can you see the look on Jesus’ face as He makes His case?  Why do we struggle to believe Him? Or is it…
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