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



NGJ Magazine: May-June 2002

NGJ Magazine:
May-June 2002

Volume 8, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Plantain, a healing herb

Plantain (reprint)

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

Being homeschooled, there were many opportunities to do things most kids just dream about. Dad and Mom were into gardening, and we canned thousands of jars of homegrown food every year. We always had acres and acres of vegetables.

Fear of Bees

Michael Pearl

Dear Pearls,
Please Help. My 3-year-old has developed a fear of bees. One day a few flew close to her head and scared her. She was so scared that night that she would not go near her bed.

How Can This Be?

Michael Pearl

Mr. Pearl,
Within your teaching tapes, you clearly and plainly teach that we have power over sin because…the means of sin resides in the flesh…

A Wise, Older Couple is Troubled at What They Saw

Debi Pearl

Dear Pearls, We recently visited a family who follow your teachings to a “T.” The children are very well behaved. But I wondered if you’ve ever had anyone overdo it?

MORE OF SODOM

Michael Pearl

Dear Michael,
I am a husband and a stepfather of a three-year-old. I’m hooked on pornography. I sometimes think I can’t make it without it.

SINFUL Sensitivity

Michael Pearl

This sensitivity to not offend is a symptom of this hedonistic generation. The last virtue of a wicked society is tolerance. A sinner will throw away all the Bible, but still quote, “Judge not that ye be not judged.”

Summertime at the Pearls’ (Once More)

Michael Pearl

Well, it’s summertime again at Cane Creek. Shalom and Shoshanna each have their outside work to do and plenty of chores at home. But there is always time for fun, especially now that we have the Russian orphans back with us for the summer.

The Challenge

Michael Pearl

There was a time when somewhere in every large city there was a dirty building, dimly lit, tucked back where decent folks would never go. Nearby was a liquor store and a cheap motel that rented rooms by the hour.

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