The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

In a culture that qualifies as the wicked and perverse generation referenced in Philippians 2:14-16, it is vital that parents are the first source of correct information for their children in dealing with issues of life and death, sexuality, and godly behaviors.  That is the primary reason that a Christian education (whether in a homeschooling …

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This podcast originally appeared on the Reconstructionist Radio Network. Listen as I speak with Jennifer Dages, a homeschooling mom with a nursing background who makes health a top priority for her family and herself. She discusses some simple approaches to deal with illness and enhance the prevention of common health problems. You may also want …

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Much of the conflict in society stems from a systematic breakdown of the Biblical family.  Even in Christian circles, after years of investment in the lives of their children, parents are often at a loss as to why their influence wanes.  Is a generation gap inevitable? In this Out of the Question Podcast: Why Don’t …

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Gender is something that is determined by God and thus needs to be understood in terms of His law-word. While modern culture has now moved to the irrational position that individuals can fluidly gender-identify as they see fit, Christians need to realize what is at stake when this ground is ceded to the ungodly.   The …

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We are all products of our times. Although we like to think otherwise, unless we evaluate our practices and traditions from a Biblical perspective, we are likely to be using the methods of secular society and adapting to the ways of the world. We are expressly told in Scripture that although we are in the world, we …

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When people take God and His Word for granted, they minimize the effects of sin in their lives and the surrounding culture.  Instead of recognizing that failing to obey God produces negative consequences, they instead “wait” for future judgment rather than recognize its present reality.  I often say in my Biblical Law classes, “The judgment …

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