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



NGJ Magazine: September-October 2004

NGJ Magazine:
September-October 2004

Volume 10, Number 5

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Table of Contents

Bilberry and Pilots

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

During WWII, pilots in the British Royal Air Force ate bilberry preserves before flying, crediting it with improving their vision when flying night bombing runs.

A Timeless Lesson

Michael Pearl

From time to time, I like to provide you with examples on how to teach boys.

Love is Loving What They Love

Michael Pearl

I have loved many things in my life that had no personal meaning to me. All because I loved what they loved…because I loved them.

He sees the sparrow (hawk) fall

Michael Pearl

This summer we had a thrilling experience watching Kolya, one of the Russian boys, raising a sparrow hawk.

My Son, My Brother

Rebekah Rising

When my three-year-old is especially pleased with me, due to some exciting homeschool project, favorite meal, or a really fun time, he pats me fondly and says, “Mom, you’re a good woman.”

Is it Love?

Michael Pearl

Musings by Mike.

Homeschool Kid – When the Music Starts

Rebekah Rising

Joe Courage’s first music lesson.

Amor es amar lo que ellos aman

Michael Pearl

He amado muchas cosas en mi vida que no tenían ningún significado personal para mí; todo porque amé lo que ellos amaban… porque yo los amaba a ellos. Lo escucho todo el tiempo. Lo he experimentado. Tú también lo has …

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