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

NGJ Magazine: January-February 2004

NGJ Magazine:
January-February 2004

Volume 10, Number 1

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Table of Contents

The Loving Investment

Debi Pearl

I must confess that I hate to tell my granddaughter, Laura Rose, no. It is even more difficult to spat her little hand or leg on the rare occasions when she needs it. But, oh, I do love to teach her how to suck a straw, use a spoon, sweep the floor, or play music on her broken keyboard.


Rebekah Rising

I’ve asked a male or two this question in a over a dozen foreign countries: “What is the most valuable and attractive attribute a woman can have in your culture?” The answer has been consistent in every country, Happy, cheerful, fun, joyful, smiling, good attitude… etc.

The Vinegar of the Four Thieves

Debi Pearl

Lately, with all these awful threats of plagues in the news, I have been spending my free time reading medical reports and ancient history books that discuss the times of the great plagues.

Give Me Liberty

Rebekah Rising

Back in the mid to late 70s, I was still a skinny little girl with ratty braids and huge eyes. My parents were on the cutting edge of the homeschool movement, and being the oldest of five children, I was the experimental guinea pig.

Jealous of Daddy

Debi Pearl

Dear Pearls,
My second son has always been a tender, loving child who really loves his mama. Lately he has almost been what appears to be jealous of his daddy’s affection toward me.

Joe Courage Corner

Rebekah Rising

Every night before Joe Courage goes to bed, he and his Daddy go outside to look at the stars. We are twenty miles from town, and there are very few lights to dim the brilliance of the night sky.

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