When the Worst Happens

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WARNING to parents! Mature subject matter. Some of the topics in this article are not appropriate for children. Woe is the day when a good friend rages, “My little girl said that your son...” Or worse, you walk in on your boys and a neighbor kid in a state of undress, experimenting with their bodies. The horrors of discovering that your young teenage boy is addicted to the worst kinds of pornography, or catching your girls trading lurid notes with other girls or boys! I could go on and speak of the things you may discover about your sons or… Read More
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The Folks in England Are Talking About Us

Debi Pearl

The good folks from The Old School House magazine planned a speaking tour to England this spring…

April 2006
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Love is Like God

Rebekah Rising

The secret to Michael Pearl’s success is not in training…

June 2005
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Shyness Answered

Rebekah Rising

How do you teach a girl not to be shy? Is it right to demand self-confidence? What IS shyness?

April 2005
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Dealing with Slick Liars

Debi Pearl

What do you do when you learn that one of your sweet little ones is an outright liar?

April 2005
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More Than Obedience?

Michael Pearl

Should I expect her do more than what she is commanded? Isn’t that asking too much?

February 2005
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Our Own Set of Possessed Damsels

Debi Pearl

For the last year or so, we have had a group of about eight working overtime trying to disrupt our ministry.

February 2005
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Sanctuary

Michael Pearl

Face it, the church today is not a sanctuary from the world nor is it a “holy” place.

February 2005
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Living Parallel Lives in the Same Space

Michael Pearl

“We appear to be on track in every way, and very “together.” But those on the outside do not see, as I do, the missing component in our parent-child relationships.” – From a reader

December 2004
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Poor little fat girl

Debi Pearl

Life has enough temptations and challenges without creating another one. Being fat is a battle that need never be fought. Your baby deserves to be spared that battle.

April 2004
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City Living

No Greater Joy Ministries

Read an encouraging letter from a family who rises to the challenge of raising seven children in the city.

November 2003
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