The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

Oh that children would stay little! That is the lament I used to hear over and over as relatives or friends who hadn’t seen my children for some time commented on how much they had grown. The “enjoy them now” perspective indicated that there would be a time when I wouldn’t be enjoying them all …

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Over the years, my hair has become grayer and the forces of gravity have helped establish me as an older woman, one who is deemed wise. Thus, I’ve had the opportunity and privilege of being consulted for advice when home schooling parents experience difficulty in the raising and rearing of their children. Having made a …

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Teaching is a risky business. What if your students do not really learn the truths you wish to convey? Worse yet, what if they come up with the “wrong” conclusions about what you have instructed – perspectives quite different from your own? If you are a teacher in a day school setting, you might file …

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The response to God’s gift of salvation should be an overwhelming desire to please God in obedience to His commandments. If this is not present, it is safe to assume that one has not been visited by the Holy Spirit, even though a person may be influenced by the Christian culture around him. But for …

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We live in an age of superstars. Whether it is sports, academics, entertainment or politics, at any given moment in time there is usually a “big name” that defines success in a particular area of life or endeavor. In such an atmosphere, where competition maintains an ever-present role, there are, almost by definition, more losers …

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