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



NGJ Magazine:
September-October 2012

Volume 18, Number 5

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Table of Contents

Big Texas Shindig

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

The Texas Shindig will be a joyful gathering of families growing in the grace of God, and will be an opportunity for your kids to meet their life partners.

Respecting Your Little Ones

Michael Pearl

Be careful to never betray their trust, to never be the source of consternation or fear.

Count Your Blessings

Debi Pearl

God says look diligently because it takes real focus to avoid catching the flu of bitterness.

The Confidence to Try

Michael Pearl

One of the greatest disservices we can ever do to our children is to blunt their need to try.

Mommy, What’s a Manifesto?

Rachael Valet

The obviousness of the child training principles, along with Mike’s sometimes obnoxious wit, was just what our family needed to really solidify some of the basic mindset of the need for consistency and what it looks like.

A Generation Later

Michael Pearl

Kids are made of rubber. They bounce back if we don’t get frustrated and throw them away.

My Mama Adores My Daddy

Debi Pearl

The following was written 12 years ago when Amy (Amy’s parents are on the cover) was four years old.

Where Are the Men When You Need One?

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

The girls are ready, trained, and waiting for their man to come find them, but the men are not finding them. Why?

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