The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

“It is to God’s glory and by His supernatural grace that He has allowed us homeschooling moms to go beyond ourselves. Thanks to His call and strength, many of us are moving closer to the standards proclaimed in Proverbs 31 and we thus need to recognize that our merchandise is good! I know it’s difficult …

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One of the most important lessons to teach children is that they were created for a purpose. Unlike the ludicrous theory of evolution that posits random occurrences that result in people appearing in this world, the Bible teaches that we were personally known by our Creator before the foundation of the world. Of course, parents …

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If you are like me, you have always assumed the phrase appearance of evil (1 Thess. 5:22) has to do with conduct that might be construed as outside the bounds of godly living. The problem with this is that it uses one definition of the word “appearance” which means an outward show. That is not …

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Mankind has always been faced with a choice:  either accept God’s terms (and His definitions of terms), or construct independent and self-serving ones. When a culture constructs new ways of referring to Biblical concepts, it is evidence that it is in active rebellion against God and its laws and conduct will reflect such rebellion. When …

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When babies first come into the world, it is not beneficial to feed them an adult diet. Without a mature digestive system, teeth, and the ability to hold themselves up, they would not get the nutrition they need, and they would likely become ill from adult food. That is why in God’s design, an infant’s …

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To mark the first of Chalcedon’s 50th anniversary celebrations that will take place on March 7th, one of my e-letter subscribers arranged for me to be interviewed on a talk radio station in Carrollton, GA. The three hour time differential made it so I was up in the wee hours of the morning to discuss …

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