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Six Ways Parents Destroy...

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God promises, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6). Parents, who see one of their children hit the fan, often have a hard time appreciating this verse. In fact, as the homeschool movement ages there are more and more parents claiming the verse does not mean what it says, because it didn’t hold true in their experience. Here are just a few of the reasons a child is lost to the world and how parents caused it to happen without even trying. I say… Read More

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Wanda Kinsinger

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To all Mothers and Wives

Hannah Schrock

Deep in the heart of the farmlands of the Midwest, a housewife tucks her children into their beds, kissing each one gently, singing softly as she leaves the room. Her little ones smile and quickly fall asleep. As she swaps … Read more

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Once Upon A Time…

Hannah Schrock

Growing up, Mama had a system and it worked to bring peace and stability to our large and growing family. Nearly every day when the clock rolled around to 4 pm, Mama would have us all start getting ready for … Read more

April 2021
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The Early Life of John Rushing

John Rushing

This being my 85th birthday and my children having requested that I give them for a scrap-book purposes and as a family memorial a sketch of my ancestors, as well as of my own life, also the lives of various … Read more

April 2021
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When Rebellion is Godly

Debi Pearl and Michael Pearl

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February 2021
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Don’t do Missions as Usual

Debi Pearl

From a missionary: Dear Michael and Debi Pearl, On my resent mission trip to Sudan I came across a dear pastor that has found the perfect building for his church, but he simply can’t get the $69,000 dollars to purchase … Read more

February 2021
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Jeremiah, the Faithful

Kendra Thomas

Jeremiah ran his hand over his head, half expecting his fingers to comb hair. Instead, he felt a smooth cue ball. His thick blonde hair was gone. He sighed and let his head fall back on his pillow, thinking of … Read more

February 2021
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Once Upon a Time – How We Became Bakers

Hannah Schrock

“You girls should start a baking business!” Mom said for the thirty-fourth time in the past three years. My stomach felt a little uneasy, and the dull November chill outside didn’t help. But my mind was compelling me. It could … Read more

February 2021
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To Future Generations

Rebekah Rising

If I could speak to future generations, My sons and daughters, their offspring to be, I’d say, begin with, I don’t know anything, Then ask for ears that hear, and eyes that see. Assumptions are the downfall of all wisemen … Read more

February 2021
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NGJ Underground Mail

No Greater Joy Ministries

If you read our March-April 2021 magazine and wanted to sign up for the NGJ Underground, click the link below. Or contact our office and we will put you on our list to get a nice box of magazines, if … Read more

February 2021
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