The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

Contrary to popular opinion, the most often quoted passage of Scripture may not be John 3:16. I believe, rather, it is regularly Matthew 7:1 “Judge not, lest ye be judged.” Moreover, it often comes from those who have little, if any, regard for God’s Word, especially His law. Their judgments are grounded in their own …

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I know many godly women who have made it a priority to submit to their husbands as part of their faithful service as Christians. There are many passages in Scripture that support this concept, and yet Colossians 3:18 stands out for its clarification: “Wives, submit to your husbands, as is fitting in the Lord.” [Emphasis …

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Why should we be surprised when the highest court in the land declares as a constitutional right that which God’s Word calls an abomination? When a nation has abandoned the law-word of God as the standard for righteousness and justice, we can expect judgment from our Creator. By turning a people over to their own …

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If you are like most people, you have a high opinion of your preferences and perspectives. Thus, you think that the way you do things is the best way to do them. This is positive in many respects, as you would not want to spend too much time with someone who carried out plans and …

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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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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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