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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Dogs Cats and Kids

Michael Pearl

The life principle that will always work for you is one I have stated many times. Never forget it. “Make all negative behavior counterproductive, and reward all positive behavior.”

December 2008
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Learning With a Purpose

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

I am a young mother and just beginning my homeschooling years. I am learning as I go along. Every day has new challenges. I have been working with Gracie, my oldest child who is now three years old, from the time she was a baby.

June 2008
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Attention!

Teresa Ware

How do you train your children to talk one at a time when they all want your attention at once?

June 2008
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Young girl

The Sin of Tolerance

Gabriel Pearl

Most moral boundaries are written in stone, clear to anyone who can and will see. We all know it’s wrong to smoke crack, watch MTV, or beat our wives.

April 2008
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Wolf in Grandma’s Clothing

Debi Pearl

We receive letters like this so often it looks like a plague.

February 2008
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Bad Days?

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

“Do I ever have a day where everything goes wrong and the children will not stop crying?” I sure do.

December 2007
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Show Me: Gratefulness

Debi Pearl

Have you ever given a gift to a young teen and watched her face draw up with an expression that was half irritation and half mockery, vividly showing her disdain for your stupid choice?

October 2007
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The Salvation of Children

Michael Pearl

My kids are 6 and 8 years old and are not saved. How do I explain the plan of salvation without “scaring” them into a false sense of security?

August 2007
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A Thankful Heart

Nathan Pearl

Children Learn Heart Attitudes from Mom and Dad’s Actions

June 2007
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Daddy’s Little Man

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

James, my husband, and Jeremiah James, our 19-month-old son, are two peas in a pod; they are together all the time, either working or playing.

June 2007
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