The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

Most of what passes for “restoring male leadership in the church” these days is in fact suppressing female initiative and decreasing areas of legitimate action and involvement by women. It’s not difficult to predict that this won’t lead to more men leaders and more obedient wives but to more complacent and tyrannical men and more …

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Six months ago I was told that I had experienced a heart attack. To be honest, it was one of the last things I ever expected to hear. Beginning with my night in the Intensive Care Unit, to my ambulance ride to another hospital to have a catherization procedure, God gave me plenty of opportunities …

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Oh that children would stay little! That is the lament I used to hear over and over as relatives or friends who hadn’t seen my children for some time commented on how much they had grown. The “enjoy them now” perspective indicated that there would be a time when I wouldn’t be enjoying them all …

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Over the years, my hair has become grayer and the forces of gravity have helped establish me as an older woman, one who is deemed wise. Thus, I’ve had the opportunity and privilege of being consulted for advice when home schooling parents experience difficulty in the raising and rearing of their children. Having made a …

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Nothing is quite so distressing as witnessing brothers and sisters in the faith at odds with one another. Even those who are not part of the disagreement can get pulled into the conflict because the parties in disagreement want mutual friends and acquaintances to side with them. I can tell you I have been on …

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Recently, I had reason to look up the word “crisis” in preparation for my webinar “To Your Health: Prevention Before a Crisis.” I found the definitions to be quite applicable to some recent medical issues in my life. They included: ~  a time of intense difficulty, trouble, or danger. ~  the turning point of a …

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