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



NGJ Magazine: March-April 2004

NGJ Magazine:
March-April 2004

Volume 10, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Of Utmost Concern

Michael Pearl

How can it be called success if your children turn out to be part of the world’s problem rather than its cure?

Men Will Be Boys

Debi Pearl

What do Michael and Debi do all day?

Child Labor

Rebekah Rising

Dad always had a mischievous habit of asking visiting children (of all ages) a question: “Hey little man, what do you do for a living?”

Another Generation

Michael Pearl

Just the other day, Deb discovered the article “Of Utmost Concern,” written 9 years ago, back when we first started the No Greater Joy publication. When she read it to me, she wept with joy and thanks-giving, and, I must admit, I teared up, too. None of our children were married then.

The Two-brained Kid

Michael Pearl

Just the other day, I heard an old mule trainer make one of the wisest statements about child training that I have ever heard.

Sound Familiar? -Sally and Jimmy

Rebekah Rising

There’s a little girl in my neighborhood who is six years old. Her mother has carefully guarded the girl’s childhood from the stress of early learning requirements.

Prisoners Freed

Michael Pearl

You may have heard me mention that my favorite ministry is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to the inmates at a nearby state prison. There is nothing to compare to it.

One Size Fits All?

Michael Pearl

Not all children can be trained equally with the same techniques.

Ode to Garlic

Rebekah Rising

…I have had no official training in healthcare; however, my mother was a midwife and herbalist, and I learned much from her during my homeschool years on the Tennessee farm…

Homeschool Kid – Wins of Change

Rebekah Rising

Behind Mom and Dad’s door stood an old, five-gallon plastic jug, the origin of which I have long forgotten. Every time Dad had a pocketful of small change, he would toss it into the jug behind the door. The five …

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