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

NGJ Magazine: May-June 2013

NGJ Magazine:
May-June 2013

Volume 19, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Corny, Ten Different Ways

Debi Pearl

When we moved to Cane Creek 11 years ago we went from the haves to the havenots. We weren’t exactly affluent but we had what we wanted when we wanted. Moving here changed all that.

Pearl family in 1979

How to Survive the Coming Apocalypse, Part 1: Fear Not Them Which Destroy the Body

Michael Pearl

In the final analysis, it is not the community or the church that produces great children and tremendous adults; it is home life rooted in sincere, relaxed love of God and family that bears eternal fruit.

Boy hiding his face from evil

How to Survive the Coming Apocalypse, Part 2: Pre-Wrath Rapture? Zombies, Earthquakes, & Scorching Heat

Michael Pearl

Dear Michael, I know that we are living in the last times, and I feel an urgency to get my family into a place where we can survive the tribulation that is coming. Have you written anything on how to survive the coming apocalypse?

Boys making slingshots

How to Survive the Coming Apocalypse, Part 3: Worst-Case Scenarios

Michael Pearl

Fear can be a self-fulfilling prophecy. Live in faith, thanksgiving, and rejoicing.

Getting Prepared

How to Survive the Coming Apocalypse, Part 4: Getting Prepared

Michael Pearl

There have been plenty of times in history when sudden hardship struck a nation and the people were thrown upon their own resources to survive. We could suffer national or local tribulation before the Great Tribulation. Therefore, should I make preparation for such a day?

Easling garden

Feed the Children

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

People ask me how I get my kids to eat veggies. Well, mostly they eat them because that is what I feed them!

Mobile Safe Kids

Mobile Safe Kids

Mel Cohen, CFP, RTRP, General Manager

For the past year we have been trying to help our teenage daughter deal with her exposure to porn and resulting boy crazy behavior. She is too young to have so many regrets. We have failed her terribly and just do not know what to do.

Are You A Good Person?

Update: Are You A Good Person?

Chuck Joyner

Some of us at NGJ have been distributing this tract for several years, and its simple and to-the-point presentation got Mike’s attention. He wanted to introduce it to our subscribers and make it available on the NGJ Webstore.

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