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



NGJ Magazine: January-February 2010

NGJ Magazine:
January-February 2010

Volume 16, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Cheerful, Authoritative, Consistent

Michael Pearl

Do you feel that you lack the wisdom to train up your children in the way they should go? Do you feel that you have been promoted to a job that is well beyond your skill level?

The Vision Movie

Mel Cohen, CFP, RTRP, General Manager

The Vision has tremendous cinematic potential; exhilarating action sequences, romance, intrigue, and human and historic events on an epic scale. It needs to be made into a movie that is faithful to the standards it sets for itself.

Let the Little Children

Michael Pearl

These little ones are unwritten books, a student ready to learn. What a heavenly gift; what an awesome responsibility.

Listen to My Dream

Debi Pearl

One day last fall a young boy was milling around in my office when he located one of the few remaining copies of Listen To My Dream and asked, “What’s this little book about?” I opened the tattered old children’s book while he leaned over my shoulder.

Building Trust

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

In the past I have come across people, children and adults alike, that are not trustworthy. You can guarantee that they will take everything you say or do and run straight to Mom, or Pastor, and accuse the brethren.

Do You Have Expensive Pee?

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

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 to last two to four months.

The King’s Chair

Debi Pearl

Most libraries have storage rooms where they sell old magazines for a few cents each. About 35 years ago, all I had was a few cents, so I wandered into the library’s old magazine room to find a few magazines that had interesting crafts that I might try making for my little girl.

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