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Testimony of a Young Woman

I am the oldest of nine children ranging from five to 21 years old. In 1993, when I was 9 years old, our family went to Papua New Guinea as missionaries.

Read Article April 2005

Ministry to Military Families

Stand with us in our new ministry towards the families whose fathers are serving overseas.

Read Article February 2005

One Size Fits All?

Not all children can be trained equally with the same techniques.

Read Article February 2004

ROMANCE 101

I’ve asked a male or two this question in a over a dozen foreign countries: “What is the most valuable and attractive attribute a woman can have in your culture?” The answer has been consistent in every country, Happy, cheerful, fun, joyful, smiling, good attitude… etc.

Read Article December 2003

Overall Training

At 2 ½ years old, my son decided that he did not like to wear overalls. One morning I had out some sweat pants for him, but needed a shirt. Opening his drawer and reaching down below for one, Timmy saw overalls sitting on top and assumed that I was reaching for those.

Read Article December 2001

Great Expectations

In addition to your letters, we are prepped by the real life experiences that confront us daily.

Read Article December 2001

Summertime at the Pearls

Debi and I had four Russian orphans living with us this summer. What a summer! We discovered parenting all over again. I’d forgotten how much fun it was.

Read Article July 2001

When You Are in Eureka Springs, Arkansas…

The obedience of this boy most likely saved this marriage and will impact these children all their lives. If you have GOOD NEWS— share it with everyone.

Read Article April 2001

To Train Up a Grandmother

I am 70 years old. My husband went home to be with the Lord a year ago and my problem of overeating got worse.

Read Article November 2000

Butterflies and Backdoors

With five children still at home, their friends come in like mosquitoes in Louisiana; you just try to ignore the buzz and hope they don’t eat too much.

Read Article January 1999

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