True Confessions of a...

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Many of you have written us about the problem of your older children wetting their beds. Through our extensive social outreach we have persuaded one of these tormented souls to go public with her confession. You will read in her very own words the chronicle of her bitter struggle to rise above domestic shame and a wet mattress. “When I was growing up I wet on the bed. I hated wetting on the bed and would have done anything to be able to stop. I played hard and I slept hard. I simply could not wake up! No amount of… Read More
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Why Would God Allow This To Happen?

Wanda Kay

My grief washed over me like a tidal wave.

February 2008
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Practical Suggestions

Debi Pearl

Proverbs 27:12 says, “A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself; but the simple pass on, and are punished.”

December 2007
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Big Foot

Debi Pearl

Do you have swollen feet? It is not only uncomfortable; it can also be a threat to your health.

October 2007
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The WOW of Herbs

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

The WOW of herbs seems to hit me over the head quite frequently.

August 2007
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Cinnamon & Spice and Everything Nice

Debi Pearl

Cinnamon & Spice and Everything Nice

February 2007
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Herb Lesson – Cinnamon

Rebekah Rising

CINNAMON Botanical Information Also known as: Cassia, Sweet Wood, and Gui Zhi. Latin names: Cinnamomum Cassia, Cinnamomum Verum. Medicinal Action and Uses: Carminative, astringent, topical stimulant, aphrodisiac, anti-fungal, antibacterial, diuretic, digestive stimulant, antiseptic. Story Recently I had an upper jaw … Read more

December 2006
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Herb Lesson – Calendula

Rebekah Rising

CALENDULA Calendula also known as: Garden Marigold, Poet’s Marigol and Pot Marigold. Interesting Facts! Calendula (marigold) is a genus of about 12-20 species of annual or perennial plants native to the Mediterranean. It is also the flower of the month … Read more

December 2006
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Herb Lesson – Cherry

Rebekah Rising

CHERRY Botanical Information Latin name: Prunus avium Family: Rosaceae Interesting Facts Most of the research that follows was conducted on one of the most common American grown cherries; the Montmorency tart cherry, grown mostly in the state of Michigan. “Black … Read more

December 2006
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Herb Lesson – Plantain

Rebekah Rising

PLANTAIN Botanical Information Parts Used: Root, leaves, flower-spikes. Plantain is a perennial “weed” that can be found almost anywhere in North America and Europe. You probably have some in your backyard! It will grow in the sun or shade, and … Read more

December 2006
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Herb Lesson – Wild Yam

Rebekah Rising

WILD YAM Botanical Information Also known as: Colic Root, Devil’s Bones, Rheumatism Root, Wild Mexican Yam, and Chinese Yam. Scientific/medical name(s): Dioscorea villosa, Dioscorea oppositifolia or Dioscorea opposita, and Dioscorea batatas. Story For two years I lived among a primitive … Read more

December 2006
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