Listen to Debi Pearl and Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling sharing their thoughts on how to prepare for (and maybe prevent) the COVID-19 (coronavirus). Debi’s daughter, Shoshanna, is c (...)
How do you raise hardworking, cheerful children who look for ways to serve those around them? It’s easy when you start on day one. The day they are born, training begins.
I sat in church one morning listening to my dad preach. I had been “saved” a few years before. I remembered the time I had cried and asked God into my heart. I hung onto that mom (...)
I remember the first time I asked for details in a prayer and God knocked me off my feet in surprise. He cared even about the little things
As a kid I was trained to eat to live, not live to eat. I was taught that food makes your body healthy or unhealthy, lean or fat, that overeating was gluttony and gross.
Last week someone asked me, "How do you keep a marriage alive?" Here is my answer.
I would walk behind the seed dropper and waddle like a penguin. My little feet pushed the soil over the seeds and lightly packed it. The feeling of success and accomplishment (...)
My parents were artists, and in between shows they conducted a ministry with men and women in the military—Sailors and Marines—in Millington, TN. I was three years old when the Nav (...)
My Dad was not the type of guy to check with you before he made a decision. We would be driving down the road when all of a sudden he would pull in to a restaurant and say (...)
Growing up, homeschooling was our way of life. It was part of every job, every fishing trip, and everything we did as a family. Most of the time we did not realize that we (...)
One thing that really stuck with me as a kid was what I learned about good health. Dad was always into gardening organic vegetables, and Mom was always teaching me about (...)
My goal is to train my children to perceive the value of wise choices.
La semana pasada yo conducía a casa con mis hijos Jeremiah y Penélope en el asiento trasero después de haber salido de la oficina. Estaba absorta en mis pensamientos planeando el c (...)
People ask me how I get my kids to eat veggies. Well, mostly they eat them because that is what I feed them!
The Texas Shindig will be a joyful gathering of families growing in the grace of God, and will be an opportunity for your kids to meet their life partners.
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.
Recipe from Shoshanna's Making Babies DVD series, coming soon to www.BulkHerbStore.com Old-Fashioned Carrot Cake Prep: 10 min. Cook: 25 min. Yield: 1 3-layer cake or 24 cupcakes (...)
A muffin could never be more nutritious for your body. It is packed with health, in the form of nuts, seeds, and dried fruits. Skip the no-nutrition, preservative-packaged (...)
Children reflect our attitudes and moods. Shoshanna Easling relates how she daily delights in her children from the moment they awake. Discover ways to improve your (...)
Shoshanna Easling is the youngest of Mike and Debi's children. People who balk at To Train Up a Child's methods are often surprised when they meet this poised, confident and (...)
How can you tell if the creepy-crawlies have invaded? What are the symptoms? Are there herbs that can help? Shoshanna Easling of The Bulk Herb Store shares her research on (...)
Your liver is one of your body’s most crucial components. It is also the only organ that can rebuild itself.
Old-fashioned broth is packed with important minerals that have disappeared from the American diet.
My parents knew what I now know, that a child is a book waiting to be written.
A long way from medical help, they discovered that my green salve was very effective in treating a variety of ailments, from boils to rashes to ringworms and more. I was (...)
By now, most New Year’s resolutions have fallen by the wayside—and perhaps the bottom, if your resolution was to lose weight.
From choosing herbs that are right for you to making tinctures, infusion, capsules, and more, you will find that it’s all so easy—and loads of fun. This mix will make enough t (...)
Smart Packs are not only for pregnant women and children; they are also for smart people.
Knowing how to eat in the wild can save money, and it can even save your life. I am going to show you how to cook a few wild foods.
Red clover is one of history’s most popular herbs. Farmers plant it for a cover crop and mix it into their hay crops to increase the protein content of their animal feed.
When bentonite clay is taken into one's body, metals and toxins are drawn into the 'sponge' through electrical attraction and bonding.
Have you ever wondered why many throat drops, sprays, and syrups come in cherry flavor?
Some of my favorite memories of growing up are of working beside my parents.
James, my husband, and Jeremiah James, our 19-month-old son, are two peas in a pod; they are together all the time, either working or playing.
Sometimes unexpected events make you step up to the plate and test you on things you thought you knew.
I was introduced to this wonderful herb tincture soon after my first child was born. He was a very fussy baby.
During WWII, pilots in the British Royal Air Force ate bilberry preserves before flying, crediting it with improving their vision when flying night bombing runs.
It was Friday on a very beautiful day. The sun shone with a special delight on the black-eyed daisies, and the light breeze blew them very softly in the wind. They were (...)
This is a notice: If my daddy has spoken to you about me, you can forget it. Mike Pearl's last daughter is now taken.
Mom and Dad view foreign missions as a mandate from God. After all, God did say, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature…" Mark 16:15. When my older (...)
Being homeschooled, there were many opportunities to do things most kids just dream about. Dad and Mom were into gardening, and we canned thousands of jars of homegrown food (...)
I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth. 3 John 4