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 essay first appeared in the March/April edition of Faith for All of Life] Many idiomatic expressions decorate the landscape of our speech. Finding oneself “between a rock and a hard place” is among them. The common understanding involves  a situation where one is faced with two equally difficult alternatives. However, the expression does not do …

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Many people have resigned themselves to the “reality” that our society is not only violent, but will continue to escalate even more so.  As a student of the Bible, I know that when people do things God’s way, blessings follow.  The opposite is true when they use the ways of the world. In this Out …

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Question: Why are we constantly under surveillance? Question Behind the Question:  What is it about the mindset of our society that sets up a situation where our freedoms are threatened? Episode #1 of the OUT OF THE QUESTION Podcast addresses this from a biblical point of view.    

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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Widows have never been a popular group in any era of history. Many cultures had such a low regard for widows that in some cases they were buried along with their husbands. At other times, the culture did not allow women whose husbands had died to remarry. This was true even if the marriage occurred …

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Most people expect to spend twelve years in school before they move on to higher education. This may involve another four to twelve years depending on the chosen occupation. A common question is, “When will you be done with school?” as though once schooling is done, education is complete. When we approach the subject this way, …

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