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Fall Garden Started

It’s not to late to start your Fall and Winter garden. Debi started hers full of Cabbage, Broccoli, Cilantro, Chinese Cabbage and Spinach. Cold weather plants do not germinate in the hot weather. So, Debi is starting hers in the … Read more

Read Blog Post August 2011

Over 70 Languages Now in Progress for Good & Evil Project!

During the year 2007, great headway was made in the vision for publishing Good and Evil in 100 world languages. As we surge into 2008, God is truly blessing this ambitious work.

Read Blog Post August 2011

Good and Evil Update (February 2010)

A missionary in Southeast Asia has committed to another 20,000 print run in Simplified Chinese and is supplying all the funding, allowing NGJ to fund other Good and Evil projects. The Chichewa translation, a widely spoken language of the Bantu people in south-central Africa, is completed and awaiting printing. Hindi and Japanese are now in final proofing, and translation work has begun on the Tongan language and the Urdu language of Pakistan

Read Blog Post August 2011

Southeast Asia Update

“The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light: they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light shined.” Isaiah 9:2

Read Blog Post April 2011

Debi’s Garden & Greenhouse

Debi’s garden has hundreds of Chinese cabbages! All kinds of lettuces, herbs, Swiss chard and lots of other goodies!

Read Blog Post April 2011
Grandfather planting a kiss on the cheek of his little blonde haired granddaughter

Year in Review

Our income was over 3 percent higher than our previous year, which translates into more ministry. We praise the Lord for the increase, in this tough economy. We appreciate your strong support of our ministry…

Read Article August 2010

In Daniel 11:37, why is the word “God” capitalized?

In Daniel 11:37, why is the word “God” capitalized?

Watch Video November 2009

The Good and Evil Translation Project Moves Forward with 2 New Opportunities!

To those that have joined NGJ in the translation of the Good and Evil illustrated Bible Storybook into over 25 languages worldwide we extend a heartfelt thank you. And to those of you that haven’t but want to, it is not too late! The project continues with another 40 languages in the works.

Read Article April 2009

Herb Lesson – Cinnamon

CINNAMON Botanical Information Also known as: Cassia, Sweet Wood, and Gui Zhi. Latin names: Cinnamomum Cassia, Cinnamomum Verum. Medicinal Action and Uses: Carminative, astringent, topical stimulant, aphrodisiac, anti-fungal, antibacterial, diuretic, digestive stimulant, antiseptic. Story Recently I had an upper jaw … Read more

Read Article December 2006

Herb Lesson – Wild Yam

WILD YAM Botanical Information Also known as: Colic Root, Devil’s Bones, Rheumatism Root, Wild Mexican Yam, and Chinese Yam. Scientific/medical name(s): Dioscorea villosa, Dioscorea oppositifolia or Dioscorea opposita, and Dioscorea batatas. Story For two years I lived among a primitive … Read more

Read Article December 2006

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