The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

When a child is brutally raped and murdered, our society is outraged. Well, sometimes. When women are trafficked for profit in the sex industry, there are those who in outrage call for immediate action. Well, sometimes. You see the outrage depends upon whether or not the perpetrators are a protected class shielded by the mainstream …

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Although I hate to admit it, I succumbed to the lure of an infomercial, with its promised money back guarantee. I purchased something that, when it arrived, I realized wouldn’t work as the ad presented it. I went about the not-so-simple process of returning the item. I learned from the fine print that the shipping …

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Driving would be a treacherous activity if we could not see what was behind us. Looking ahead is important and decidedly easier because we have eyes in the front of our head. Despite what some children believe about their mothers, human beings were not graced with visual sight from behind. That is the reason driving …

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In a world that measures success in terms of a financial bottom line or in the acquisition of political power, you don’t hear much said about duty. In the end, the only thing that will matter when we come face-to-face with our Creator is whether we were found faithful in what He calls us to …

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I first heard of Sam Blumenfeld in the mid-eighties soon after meeting Dr. Rushdoony. We had donated a car to Chalcedon. As part of his thank-you to us, Rush gifted us with books. Since he knew we were already homeschooling, Sam Blumenfeld’s books were among those we received. I read his book NEA: Trojan Horse …

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Through my mentoring and teaching encounters, I know that many struggle when it comes to having discussions with non-believing family members and friends. Topics like abortion, homosexuality, euthanasia, statism, etc. are especially difficult. Christians want to know how they can get others to change their mind on these topics. I encourage them to ask themselves …

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