There is no better tool on the face of the earth to save your children from the wages of sin than the book of Proverbs. And there is no better way to instill these truths in your children than your own personal Proverbs Time at home.
Children see their reflection in the eyes of others. They gaze into the mirror of eyes that love or judge, blame or cherish, or that show delight. The developing child then says, “So that is who I am.”
Transcription (unedited) Michael Pearl: I learned a lot from my daddy. We were always pretty poor. When I say pretty poor I remember when we came out of church one Wednesday night, we had a Model‑T. It had a crank … Read more →
It was time to let Kelsey know about Joshua. Her father brought the invitation, but the decision was hers alone. Joshua waited continents away to hear Kelsey’s reply. This story continues from chapter three of “In Search of a Help Meet.”
Transcription (unedited) Michael Pearl: I feel like this creek right here that runs through my property is for all. My property goes through the middle of it. In a sense, I own the bank up to the middle of the … Read more →