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

NGJ Magazine: June-July 2015

NGJ Magazine:
June-July 2015

Volume 21, Number 3

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Table of Contents

A Whole Way of Life

Michael Pearl

The number of homeschoolers is rapidly increasing. Home-schooling is not just an alternative educational procedure; it is one of many expressions of a whole way of life.

Rebekah Pearl, Homeschooled to Bible Translator

Homeschooled to Bible Translator

Michael Pearl

Our oldest child is Rebekah Joy. She knew no schooling but homeschooling until the day we took her to Wisconsin and dropped her off at the College entrance.

Michael and Debi Pearl young family

What Hath God Wrought?

Debi Pearl

It has been 20 years since the very first issue of the No Greater Joy magazine. I can still remember sitting at our kitchen table, hand-addressing each one!

Two boys outdoors looking at smartphone screen

This Is the Last Righteous Generation

Michael Pearl

The winds of history have shifted on your watch. If the Lord tarries, you can tell your grandchildren that you lived through the last righteous generation before the moral apocalypse.

Woman who wants her own way

To Obey Is Better


I was a bratty newlywed. As a new believer I loved God’s WORD and praying and everything to do with God—except honoring my husband.

Jeremiah and Penelope

Waddle Like a Penguin

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

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 was overflowing.

Big Papa Pearl fishing with the grandkids

Great Reward

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

My parents put us children first. They used each opportunity that was given to them to mold us in love, and now with their faithful example I am striving to do the same.

Obedecer es mejor


Yo era una recién casada malcriada. Como nueva creyente, amaba la PALABRA de Dios, la oración y todo lo que tuviera que ver con Dios, excepto honrar a mi esposo. En mi defensa, puedo decir que nunca me enseñaron a …

What Age?

Michael Pearl

Because some children are ready to begin learning to read at the age of four to six, it has been accepted as the time to start all children.

Pearl family back in the good ol' days

Getting to Know Us (reprint)

Michael Pearl

This is the welcome from our first-ever newsletter, printed in May 1995.

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