The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

In a world where someone is always touting the latest breakthrough in health, education, living, or some other utopian dream, it is tempting to jump on the bandwagon and re-order one’s life to conform to the latest fad or research study. While it is laudable to seek ways to improve one’s life, family, or health, …

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Customarily people don’t enjoy being told they did something incorrectly. Common reactions include denying the mistake, pointing out that others do the same thing, or failing to listen at all. Why is it so difficult to be corrected? Correction should be something we seek in order to be more competent at the tasks we are …

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There is an account in Scripture that is pertinent to our day. In 2 Kings 5, a commander in the army was distraught because he had leprosy. God used a young Hebrew captive to direct him to the prophet Elisha for help. As Namaan journeyed to see the prophet, Elisha sent him a message to …

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In an age when experts abound, many often dismiss as unscientific and unproven positive results from new approaches to problems. They assert that what is being reported is merely anecdotal evidence. They often further assert that, since there are no scientific studies to back up the anecdotal evidence, people need to proceed with extreme caution. …

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If you are like me, you have many projects around your home waiting to be dealt with. Whether it is a messy room, a closet that hasn’t been arranged in a decade or so, or a bathroom cabinet with all sorts of outdated content, the thought of someone other than your family getting a look …

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Those who embrace the law of God as binding on their lives see God’s laws as blessings; those who do not, see them as hindrances to their autonomy. God’s law acts as a boundary that we move at our peril. By obeying it we are performing our duty before the Lord, (Eccles. 12:13) and we …

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There are times you meet people for the first time and the interaction is almost as though you’ve known them for years. Why? Because you share the same worldview and have similar reference points. Many lament that there aren’t more like-minded people who live in their area and feeling all alone often makes them lose …

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