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

NGJ Magazine: July-August 2010

NGJ Magazine:
July-August 2010

Volume 16, Number 4

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Table of Contents

When the Worst Happens

Michael Pearl

Sometimes our parental response to a child’s divergence into the profoundly ugly is the deciding factor as to whether it is a one-time curiosity or a permanent turn down the road to perdition.

Two fluffy little yellow baby chicks

Bossy Flossy

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

There are times when bossing is not only okay, it is critical.

Mother playfully turning her four year old son upside down for a moment

When I Was a Child

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

My parents knew what I now know, that a child is a book waiting to be written.

Crying young woman, disgruntled man with topknot, and praying young woman

Poor Miss Loveless & Her Sister

Debi Pearl

Can a saved parent hold a grown child back from having a life that God would freely give? What does the Bible say?

Sepia photo collage of children holding animals and planting seeds with their mother

From City Slickers to Happy Homesteaders

Erin Harrison

Concerned about the future? It might be wise to learn something of how to live off the land. Your survival could depend on it. ~Debi Pearl

Close up photograph of old fashioned delicious bone broth

Healthy Broth

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

Old-fashioned broth is packed with important minerals that have disappeared from the American diet.

A Regular Family Makes an Eternal Difference With Chichewa Good and Evil

No Greater Joy Ministries

During a recent conversation with Debi, I shared about our involvement with the Good and Evil project, translating it into the Chichewa language of Malawi, Africa. She asked me to share it with you.

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