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



NGJ Magazine: May-June 2004

NGJ Magazine:
May-June 2004

Volume 10, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Homeschooled

Michael Pearl

Our Western culture is evangelistic and totalitarian in its zeal to promote secular humanism.

The Word at Work

TJ

-An update on the call for Bibles in last issue-
This last Saturday, I saw one of the most incredible displays of God’s power that I’ve ever seen. Mike was off on seminars so he asked Vladamir Robles and me to fill in for him at the prison where he ministers.

Poor little fat girl

Debi Pearl

Life has enough temptations and challenges without creating another one. Being fat is a battle that need never be fought. Your baby deserves to be spared that battle.

James and Shoshanna

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

This is a notice: If my daddy has spoken to you about me, you can forget it. Mike Pearl’s last daughter is now taken.

Garlic, again

Rebekah Rising

Dear Beka,
Last NGJ you told us to use garlic for earaches? How? You also mentioned poultices. What’s that? Where do we learn how to treat our children with herbs? I need something simple and basic.
Sue

Are We There Yet?

Rebekah Rising

-Acquiring Tools for Life
Every time you receive a newsletter, you sit down and read it. You’ve followed Mike Pearl’s advice and trained your children to obey and work hard. They’re not perfect “yet,” but your family is happy, and you are satisfied…well, almost.

The Measure of a Man…

Rebekah Rising

…is always changing! When we were growing up at the Pearl house, there was an interior section of the hall wall that was never repainted, no matter how grubby, stained, or dented it became.

Ladies wear white socks

Debi Pearl

The lady who smiled at her children, and the woman who showed honor to her husband, the hard-working church helper, those I held up as examples to be admired…by my girls! Yes, girls were indoctrinated to be ladies by the examples of the women I admired.

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