Angry protesting little boy wearing newspaper hat

Child Training Marathon Revisited...

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It was a busy, trying time for them, preparing meals and hauling us around from town to town, with meetings every night and sometimes all day. They urged us to be diligent in observing their every act and response, sharing any insights that might be helpful in improving their child training techniques. If an occasion arose and we didn’t speak out, they brought it to our attention and asked how and what should be done. This family meant business. When we arrived, we assumed they must be having problems with their teenagers, since parents usually don’t panic until they have… Read More
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Trusting and Supporting Our Children's Choices

Trusting and Supporting Our Children’s Choices

Michael Pearl and Debi Pearl

Training children to make wise decisions requires everything you have.

August 2013
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Learn to Choose WIsely

Learn to Choose Wisely

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

My goal is to train my children to perceive the value of wise choices.

August 2013
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Reaching the Heart

Reaching the Heart

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

Providing a sanctified environment is not enough.

August 2013
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Two young girls and their mom making biscuits

The Well

Debi Pearl

Training means instructing a child in how to master the issues of life.

February 2013
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Small girl asking why

Why?

Michael Pearl

When I tell my 4-year-old son to do something, his first response is always, “Why?” How should I deal with this issue?

February 2013
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Young girl painting an egg

What Is Creativity and Is It Important?

Debi Pearl

Are you homeschooling your child in a way that cultivates creativity or that stifles it?

February 2013
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US Weather Map illustration

School Adventures

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

School is fun when you look at it as an adventure in discovery and learning.

February 2013
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Young girl with a box of fabric

The Power of a Box

Debi Pearl

My whole life of creativity, writing, art, homeschooling, and child training reflects those wonderful boxes of opportunity.

February 2013
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The Miller family of Cane Creek

Only One Life

Ben Sargent

“Only one life twill soon be past; only what’s done for Christ will last.” C.T. Studd

February 2013
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Living Large

Living Large

Karen Sargent

We all want the best for our children. We want them to be used by God to do great things, to be world-changers and make a difference in eternity. But these things don’t happen by accident; they are planned for, prayed for, and worked toward.

December 2012
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