“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

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

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

Karen Sargent

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


How a Missionary Was Made


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

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

Michael Pearl

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

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