Your browser is old. Please upgrade to a newer browser to use the latest features on our site.

google chrome

Why Are New Browsers Better?

The browsers listed above have a number of advantages over older browsers, including:
  • Far fewer instances of crashing or freezing.
  • Much more secure from virus, malware, and browser hijacking attacks.
  • Much faster page-loading.
  • Larger page-viewing area.
  • A large variety of useful optional plugins and add-ons that add extra features to improve Web browsing.
  • Unlike IE9 and the upcoming IE10, they can be installed on Windows XP.
  • New browsers will automatically update to the latest version, or will notify you to download an update.

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

NGJ Magazine:
July-August 2018

Volume 24, Number 4

  • Share:

Table of Contents

A Dip to Remember

Nathan Pearl

How does someone get to the strange and ridiculous perspective that they need not fear authority at all?

Teaching Thankfulness

Michael Pearl

If children do not see the connection between what you provide and their consumption, they will not be appreciative.

Training Babies

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

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.

Homeschool Adventure: Playing Possum

Debi Pearl

Some years ago, Mike came home from preaching at the prison really riled up. I thought something bad must have gone down with the inmates. After he calmed down Mike told me, “I will never again ride down to the …

Observing the Process

Rebekah Rising

At four years old, my son was letting me know that he was ready to learn how to read.

Gearing Up for Homeschooling

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

Here are my tips for homeschooling in 2018!

The Full Bear Treatment

Gabriel Pearl

Our job as parents is to raise our kids to have a joy-filled life, not a life of shame and guilt brought on by a moment of gratification for some lowlife you thought you could trust.

Find more issues in the NGJ Magazine archives →


Responses Comments Feed (RSS)