In Defense of Biblical...

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The following article is designed to be used as a resource in defending your faith on Biblical child training. If the Federal or State agencies take me to court over advocating corporal chastisement, this will be part of my defense. “He that spareth his rod hateth his son: but he that loveth him chasteneth him betimes (Prov. 13:24).” This is one of many verses in the Bible that instruct parents to chasten their disobedient children with a rod. Websters Dictionary defines rod as: “a straight slender stick growing on or cut from a tree or bush.” If you read the… Read More
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Little Pearls—A Little Child Shall Lead Them

Michael Pearl

Deb and I were driving along with Jeremiah, our grandson, and he was chattering away as usual, ending every sentence with, “Is that right?” He is not wanting confirmation; he just wants to make sure his audience is fully engaged.

May 2009
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Little Pearls—The Instructor

Michael Pearl

How do you judge the age or maturity of a soul? When can it be hurt—perhaps even permanently scarred?

April 2009
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Learning to Share

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

Gracie has learned that it is better to have a little sister in the way than to play by herself in her room.

February 2009
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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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Squashing Bad Habits

No Greater Joy Ministries

It’s been several months now and our baby girl is one happy eater. Because of that, she has one happy mama and a happy daddy, too. Who wants to eat a meal with a whiny, picky, ungrateful eater?

October 2008
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Baby Potty Training

Shalom (Pearl) Brand

First, you must let go of everything you have been led to believe about potty training. Stop using all the standard excuses: “Well, I just don’t have time. It is too hard. I don’t know what to do. How can a baby understand?”

October 2008
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Tantrums

Tremaine Ware

I don’t know what to do except to be consistent and pray for help.

August 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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The Fireman

Debi Pearl

When my son was three years old, I longed for him to have inspiring summer afternoons playing outside like I did when I was a child. One hot, sultry afternoon at nap time, I was reading to him his favorite little Red Fire Engine book when it suddenly dawned on me what I could do to give him a thrill.

April 2008
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