The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

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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When we hear or read stories about people stepping up to assist in the midst of a natural disaster or an accident, we would like to think that we would do likewise. Yet, there is a lingering doubt that maybe we would freeze or take the easier path. We often cover up those feelings of …

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[From the July/August issue of FFAOL]  We live in a world where there are words one is not allowed to say, and preferences one is not allowed to have. How remarkable that we have become so obsessed with offending no one that we manage to offend everyone at some point. What’s more, as our society …

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In my book, The Homeschool Life; Discovering God’s Way to Family-Based Education, I included as an appendix, an essay that struck a chord with me.  I contacted the author and requested permission to include it.  That was granted.  As one of my first episodes on the Reconstructionist Radio Network, I chose to read this essay, because …

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On my way to the Farmers Market today, I was happily listening and singing along with Judy Roger’s CD Never Be Shaken, a collection of Psalms put to music.  The title song is taken from Psalm 112 and the lyrics include a list of those who will never be shaken.  It goes, Who may dwell, …

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