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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

In Defense of Boys—Again

You are not alone. We have received several letters from confused readers. However, for every confused reader there were ten who found solace in knowing their boys didn’t have a Hyper Horrible disorder.

Read Article July 1997

Training Teens

For a teenager it is too late to “train up a child,” but it is not too late to lead them into the paths of righteousness.

Read Article January 1996

Bad Attitude

In one of our recent seminars, a mother complained to Debi, “The children frustrate me so much…”

Read Article December 1995

Epistles Epitomize Parental Performance

“Ye are our epistle written in our hearts, known and read of all men forasmuch as ye are manifestly declared to be the epistle of Christ ministered by us, written not with ink, but with the Spirit of the living God; not in tables of stone, but in fleshy tables of the heart.” 2 Corinthians 3:2-3

Read Article August 1995
Happy african american dad with little curly headed son

Spank and Save a Child

According to the research, children spanked up to the age of 6 were likely as teenagers to perform better at school and were more likely to carry out volunteer work and to want to go to college than their peers who had never been physically disciplined.

Read Article April 2010

A Promise

Little Molly and her Mommy were filled with anticipation of Grandma’s visit this afternoon.

Read Article August 2008

The Loving Investment

I must confess that I hate to tell my granddaughter, Laura Rose, no. It is even more difficult to spat her little hand or leg on the rare occasions when she needs it. But, oh, I do love to teach her how to suck a straw, use a spoon, sweep the floor, or play music on her broken keyboard.

Read Article December 2001

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