The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

LIFE AFTER RAISING CHILDREN
An Interview with Marcy Oliver

marcy In this podcast interview, Andrea Schwartz talks with Marcy Oliver who, along with her husband, has started her “second career” as a missionary in Mexico.

To find out more about their work, visit Vision-Mexico.com or their facebook page.

WAYS TO BECOME A BETTER WIFE & MOTHER
An Interview with Kay Ness

KayNessIn this podcast interview Andrea Schwartz and her guest, neurodevelopmentalist Kay Ness, discuss ways to better manage a Kingdom-Driven Family in areas of health, nutrition, and lifestyle.

To find out more about her work, visit KayNess.com

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RAISING A CHAMPION
An Interview with Twyla Anderson

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In this podcast interview, Andrea Schwartz chats with the Twyla Anderson about homeschooling her “gifted” children athletes while making Jesus Christ the focus of their lives.

 CARING FOR WIDOWS & ORPHANS IN THEIR AFFLICTION
And Interview with Anne Leber

In this podcast interview with Andrea Schwartz, Anne (a homeschooling mom) shares her journey of responding to the Lord’s call to rescue children, resulting in the adoption of eight children via foster care.

 

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HEALTH CARE, HOSPITALS, HOSPICE, & END OF LIFE ISSUES
An Interview with Jerri Lynn Ward J.D.

jerrilynnIn this podcast interview, Andrea Schwartz chats with attorney Jerri Lynn Ward regarding the current issues facing families in the area of healthcare, and why putting off thinking about such matters isn’t wise.

INTIMACY IN MARRIAGE
An Interview with Carmon Friedrich

CarmonIn this podcast interview, with Andrea Schwartz, highlights some of the reasons why this subject is often avoided, and the need for the Body of Christ to address these issues head on.

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 THRIVING WITH A DISABILITY
An Interview with Anna Menges

anna.mengesIn this podcast interview, Andrea Schwartz chats with Anna Menges about living with Spina Bifida. Statistically, after Downs Syndrome, this condition comes in a close second when it comes to reasons for abortion. But, is it true that children with Spina Bifida would be better off dead rather than live with a significant disability?  Twenty-one year old Anna Menges, who has lived with this condition all her life, gives an unqualified “no” to this question.

  “MIRROR ON THE WALL”
An Interview with Wife, Mother & Musician Nicki O’Donovan

Nicki O'Donovan KDFIn this podcast interview, Andrea Schwartz talks with Nicki about her new EP release, Mirror on the Wall.  Listen through to the end to hear about a special, limited-time offer.

When you enter into the world of being a wife and mother, must you abandon or postpone your desire for self-expression and using your talents and gifts?  That is what the world would make us believe.  And while it is true that the demands of being a stay-at-home wife and mom make being a singer/songwriter challenging for Nicki O’Donovan, they are also what has inspired her to record her first album, continuing to make her music an integral part of her life.

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  FROM REBEL TO RECONCILED
An Interview with Shanna Samul

In this podcast interview, I invite you to listen to an interview I conducted recently with a woman in her twenties. Her story is compelling and instructive. Most would examine her background and conclude that her parents did all the right things, yet the outcomes were less than preferable. Families with children of all ages can benefit from hearing her chronology from rebel to reconciled in an effort to confront those things that can derail the best laid plans.

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