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



NGJ Magazine: November-December 2008

NGJ Magazine:
November-December 2008

Volume 14, Number 6

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Table of Contents

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Patriarchal Dysfunctional Families

Michael Pearl

They plod on in blind faith trying to do better, but they blame their failure on their children…When things don’t work out like the model they have been presented, they shut the door tighter against the world outside, not realizing that their failure… is actually a universal side effect of a very bad idea.

Baby Potty Training

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

First, you must let go of everything you have been led to believe about potty training. Stop using all the standard excuses: “Well, I just don’t have time. It is too hard. I don’t know what to do. How can a baby understand?”

Good and Evil Global

Mel Cohen, CFP, RTRP, General Manager

There are some people groups…even nations that until now have been unreached. The Bible tells us that before the second coming of Christ, “the gospel must first be published among all nations” (Mark 13:10)

Squashing Bad Habits

No Greater Joy Ministries

It’s been several months now and our baby girl is one happy eater. Because of that, she has one happy mama and a happy daddy, too. Who wants to eat a meal with a whiny, picky, ungrateful eater?

Hippy Mom

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

My daughters will be wonderful wives and mothers. They will be fully-equipped in all good matters of the home. They will be cheerful, thankful, delighted in their husbands, obedient, hard working, creative, and did I say thankful?

Teaching Questions

Kristen Victory

I railed against God and told Him: “You can just have my husband! I don’t care if he ever gets saved! He’ll still be good to me and our children even if he is a heathen. I QUIT!”

Glasses, books, notebook, and pen.

College from Home

Shawn Cohen

Instead of sitting through hours of humanistic instruction from atheistic professors, I studied from the comfort of my own home and, on average, completed semester-long courses in a few days or weeks.

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