“I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth” (3 John 1:4).



NGJ Magazine: July-August 2012

NGJ Magazine:
July-August 2012

Volume 18, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Greater-Expectations

Greater Expectations

Debi Pearl

Knowledge—real, firsthand knowledge that says “I know because I experienced that” —imparts power and confidence and a greater desire to learn and share.

Passing-the-Torch

Passing the Torch

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

We asked our kids to list a few things we had taught them that they knew they wanted to pass on to their children. Here’s what three of them said.

Preparing-Kids-to-Soar

Preparing Kids to Soar

Karen Sargent

Like the little bird, they must be personally involved in the living of life.

How-a-Missionary-Was-Made

How a Missionary Was Made

TJ

God used a worn-out book we found in a laundromat to plow the ground, and then he used a small, dirty tract to plant the seed that caused our family to seek him.

Blessing-of-the-Lord

Blessing of the Lord

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

My dad saw himself getting busier and busier, and he wanted more for his family, and “more” wasn’t material things.

Grand-Grandparents

Grand Grandparents

Michael Pearl

Grandparents can be a great blessing or a curse to their grandchildren.

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