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



NGJ Magazine:
November-December 2017

Volume 23, Number 6

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Table of Contents

Mirror Children

Debi Pearl

Raising children in today’s evil times is not for the lazy, indifferent, or casual parent who is swept along with the flow of society—even Christian society.

Cake Covered in Grace

Michael Pearl

I realized again that when children are reared in an atmosphere of blessedness, you will never have to worry that they might drift from their moorings.

From Our Mailbox- I Found “Created” at a Yardsale

Anonymous

Neither of us understood the title’s meaning but the mystery of what the title meant made it even more intriguing. Plus the cover said, “Discover how God can make your marriage glorious,” so I figured it was worth at least skimming through.

A Bachelor’s Discovery (It’s About Time!)

Moses Schrock

The biggest hurdle for me has been the religious idea that I have to wait on God to give me a wife. But in the last couple of years, I have done almost a 180 on my view of God’s part and man’s part in finding a wife.

Teens Preparing for Responsibility

Debi Pearl

Wise teens will be constantly preparing for what amounts to survival in this uncertain world.

Debi Answers

Debi Pearl

My wife is upset with my inability to know what she needs without her having to say something… what should I do?

Mike Answers

Michael Pearl

My husband is very much both Visionary and Kingly, so he will come up with “let’s do this,” while his idea is totally foreign and too big to be practical; yet he’s Kingly, so “it’s the law now, so follow.”

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