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



NGJ Magazine: March-April 2011

NGJ Magazine:
March-April 2011

Volume 17, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Blonde haired little girl with a cute scrunched up amused look on her face

You’ve Got Worms

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

How can you tell if the creepy-crawlies have invaded? What are the symptoms? Are there herbs that can help? Shoshanna Easling of The Bulk Herb Store shares her research on parasites with readers.

Mom and son working on car maintenance together

Team Player

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

Things may not look perfect when you let your children participate in your daily activities, but the rewards will be worth it. Bring them along and let them know they are a valuable part of your team.

Little boy who looks exasperated

Preparing for His Obsession

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

Benefit from the experience of wives that have learned to adapt as their husbands become obsessed with an all-consuming project. Discover how to keep things in perspective and enjoy the journey.

Serviceman hugging his wife and baby while Old Glory waves in the background

Making Sense of It

Michael Pearl

Academia, media and those in political power are often promoting policies that go against the best interest of our country and oppress the poor. Michael Pearl discusses these trends and today’s bias against Christians.

Young husband asleep on leather couch

Lazy Husbands, Hungry Kids and Hopeful Wives

Michael Pearl

Facing homelessness, a concerned mother of toddlers asks what her response should be to a husband that stays on the computer, sleeps and leaves bills unpaid. Michael Pearl examines the circumstance in light of Scripture.

African American girl hugging her brother

Greasy Peanut Butter

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

Mike and Debi’s daughter, Shalom Brand, recalls a time when her jokester older brother got a lesson in natural consequences, and she learned that bacon grease tastes NOTHING like peanut butter!

A laughing grandmother being kissed by her blonde haired little granddaughter in pink

Grandmother Strikes Again

Michael Pearl

Grandparents desire that the limited time they have with their grandchildren be positive. However, when the boundaries are crossed, it is encouraging to be reminded how God’s remedies bring restoration and joy.

Little blonde haired girl with her hands on her head

ESP Training—Explain, Show, Practice!

Kim Doebler

There are MANY temptations to wiggle and giggle when it would be better for a little one to remain quiet and still. Get proactive! This exercise helps children gain impulse control in those circumstances.

Little girl scrunching up her face in disgust

NGJ Kids: March-April 2011 – Peanut Butter

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

It is just your tummy making noise; it is telling you that you are hungry. How would you like a spoonful of peanut butter? Here comes your big brother. He can get it for you.

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