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

NGJ Magazine: March-April 2013

NGJ Magazine:
March-April 2013

Volume 19, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Mother comforting her child

Emotional Manipulators (reprint)

Michael Pearl

What irritates the mother about her child is actually a developing character flaw in the child.

The Miller family of Cane Creek

Only One Life

Ben Sargent

“Only one life twill soon be past; only what’s done for Christ will last.” C.T. Studd

Young girl with a box of fabric

The Power of a Box

Debi Pearl

My whole life of creativity, writing, art, homeschooling, and child training reflects those wonderful boxes of opportunity.

Young Amish girl smiling

Amish Coming to the Light

Michael Pearl

The Spirit of God is moving and the words of God are finding lodging in good ground.

US Weather Map illustration

School Adventures

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

School is fun when you look at it as an adventure in discovery and learning.

Young girl painting an egg

What Is Creativity and Is It Important?

Debi Pearl

Are you homeschooling your child in a way that cultivates creativity or that stifles it?

Small girl asking why


Michael Pearl

When I tell my 4-year-old son to do something, his first response is always, “Why?” How should I deal with this issue?

Two young girls and their mom making biscuits

The Well

Debi Pearl

Training means instructing a child in how to master the issues of life.

An old beech tree


Michael Pearl

“Big Papa, Big Papa. You have to see this. It’s a mystery!”

Carpathian Mountain Outreach (CMO)

Carpathian Mountain Outreach

Joshua Steele

This year’s CMO team is already being assembled, and the call for laborers is going out. Young man, will you join us?

Three young boys interacting with a tablet computer device

Do You Know Where Your Children Are?

Mel Cohen, CFP, RTRP, General Manager

Starting in May 2013, NGJ will offer a service that lets parents filter what their kids see and send on mobile devices.

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