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Steven loves basketball. He takes his skills to the court nearly every day at recess. However, his extreme love for the game often leads to unhealthy choices and even injury. What's worse was the day he hurt another teammate with his angry words and actions.
Steven's lack of self control often leaves him feeling lonely. After all, it's hard to be friends with a bully! Change is just around the corner when one day Kade, a boy from his neighborhood, teaches Steven a lesson on unconditional kindness.
Payton and Piper are the very best of friends. They go together like peanut butter and jelly, a great combination of two very different flavors.
Payton is on time and well prepared for each day and worries when things aren't going just right. Piper on the other hand, loves to live in the moment and changes her plan for any spontaneous adventure!
What do you think happens when Payton and Piper decide to plan a surprise Birthday Party for their friend Faith?
There's nothing that Gemma can't do. She is a party planer at heart who loves to serve others by making crafty surprises and baking treats for all of her friends. When something needs to be done, she's quick to answer "I'll do it!"
When her teacher announces the end of the year celebration, Gemma takes on a little more than she can handle. Instead of looking forward to having fun at the celebration, she sits crying, face down into frosting-filled hands just until her classmate Juniper comes to the rescue.
Do you think Gemma learns to balance her work and a way to serve with joy in her heart?
Louie is over the top in love with...well, everything. But when others don't love the same things he does, Louie puts up quite the fight!
Will Gia teach Louie how to love gently, in the way that Jesus showed loved to everyone, even His enemies?
Faith has never missed a day of Sunday School. She loves to read her bible and keeps track of the time she prays. She makes sure she always plays by the rules and makes sure that others do too.
One day, Faith makes a terrible mistake in front of her entire class. As her face turns red with embarrassment, she is certain she will never forgive herself...and wonders if God will forgive her, either?
Instead of making her feel terrible, can you guess the way that her friends support Faith?