“I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth” (3 John 1:4).
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The Supreme Court is in full stride, not only making sin legal, but requiring the Christians of America to acquiesce to their depraved worldview.
The Proverbs woman can be found in every social, economic, and cultural setting. She is faithful to plant good seed and cultivate it every day.
I picked up a little toy boat that the children play with in the pool and shoved it over to the desperate mouse. He climbed aboard to the cheers of Penelope.
When a spat or spanking is in order, it is not a last resort; it is a God-given tool to put the finishing touches on an eternal soul.
One morning I asked my husband, “Why do our kids yell so much?” He explained, “If you want them to be more peaceful, you must exemplify peace.”
I’m a pastor’s wife in a military community. One of my ladies told me that in the past 16 years her husband has only been home a total of three years.
Historically, Christians have been divided on this issue. This couple will be happy to learn I have a new book coming out, The Bible on Divorce and Remarriage.
Two of the fondest memories I have of my Dad were made in the early morning hours, when he didn’t know I was paying attention.
In the last five years or so there has been a revival of interest in Bible prophecy. Even the economists are getting in on the apocalyptic predictions.
In every group of children you will discover a wide spectrum of behavioral issues. Among these is the most disturbing of all, the foolish child.
Only the Lord knows if the next several months will bring about economic instabilities. But you can be informed and prepared to wisely steward the resources which He has entrusted to you.
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We’ve been blessed by your ministry for over 12 years when we first read your books borrowed from our midwife when we were expecting our first child. Since then I’ve bought many of your books to pass out to new parents, and eagerly read all of each magazine, keeping them and lending them out. I thought recently you had gone to maybe publishing a magazine once a year since I’d not seen one in awhile. Then I noticed a recent copy at a friend’s house. Oh no! I just signed up to be on the subscription list again, but was wondering if you have any additional back issues we could have. I see the last 3 here on the site and we don not have any of those. I keep all of them to re-read, lend out, and now my daughter is reading them for herself! Just last night I was giving your information along with truths I’d learned to a new Mom and am going to send your site information to her now. Thank you for teaching and encouraging me in my Motherhood for so many years. Appreciate any help in this matter of getting a copy of the last several back issues so we can read and add to all the ones we’d saved through the years if there are any still. Gratefully, Michelle Persing
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