Living Large

Living Large

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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. You may be surprised to hear this, but children are born with an incredibly small worldview. Their entire universe exists inside their own skin: what do I want, what do I feel, what makes me happy. If we want our children to grow up to be something for God, we must expand their view of… Read More
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Cain and Abel illustration from the Good and Evil graphic novel comic book

Good and Evil Episode One Complete!

Chuck Joyner

The first chapter of a film designed to help teach the Bible story chronologically is complete. Watch the first segment of Good and Evil online and learn what went into the creation of this film.

June 2011
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Smiling elderly man with white beard wearing black, red and blue

Old Tom

Michael Pearl

Tom Slayman has spent a lifetime pursuing his passions. Even before he was a believer, he was a devoted father to his four children. Michael Pearl tells how Tom’s passion and vision helped create No Greater Joy Ministries.

June 2011
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Little Mexican girl following her mama through the open market in a city in Mexico carrying a pack on her back

Mexico Missions

Mike Richardson

Mike Richardson launched Vida Nueva Ministries to help struggling Mexican families. A radical decision changed his outlook and impacted the effectiveness of his ministry. Read how you can offer vital support.

April 2011
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Yes! I Am Normal

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

Shoshanna Easling is the youngest of Mike and Debi’s children. People who balk at To Train Up a Child’s methods are often surprised when they meet this poised, confident and outgoing wife, mother and business woman.

April 2011
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Grandfather planting a kiss on the cheek of his little blonde haired granddaughter

Year in Review

Mel Cohen, CFP, RTRP, General Manager

Our income was over 3 percent higher than our previous year, which translates into more ministry. We praise the Lord for the increase, in this tough economy. We appreciate your strong support of our ministry…

August 2010
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The King’s Chair

Debi Pearl

Most libraries have storage rooms where they sell old magazines for a few cents each. About 35 years ago, all I had was a few cents, so I wandered into the library’s old magazine room to find a few magazines that had interesting crafts that I might try making for my little girl.

December 2009
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The Vision Movie

Mel Cohen, CFP, RTRP, General Manager

The Vision has tremendous cinematic potential; exhilarating action sequences, romance, intrigue, and human and historic events on an epic scale. It needs to be made into a movie that is faithful to the standards it sets for itself.

December 2009
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The Chinese Waitress

Freida Lansing

You can show your children how to be a real light unto this world, not just a sweet example. You can make an eternal difference.

August 2009
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Jeremiah the Fisherman

Michael Pearl

I will admit it. Everybody in the family knows it, so it is time I state it publicly. I do have a favorite grandkid. It’s Jeremiah, and he is three years old.

June 2009
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A Special Day

Michael Pearl

Speaking of the coming reign of Christ over the earth, the prophet observed, “And the streets of the city shall be full of boys and girls playing in the streets thereof” (Zechariah 8:5).

April 2009
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