The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

When people take God and His Word for granted, they minimize the effects of sin in their lives and the surrounding culture.  Instead of recognizing that failing to obey God produces negative consequences, they instead “wait” for future judgment rather than recognize its present reality.  I often say in my Biblical Law classes, “The judgment …

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There are those who consider parts of the Bible unsuitable for children because of the sexual nature of some of the content. Song of Solomon often falls into that category. While there are differing interpretations as to the actual meaning of this book  (literal or figurative), nonetheless, it is a part of the canon of Scripture. …

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Listen in to this edited version of a live webinar presentation of the Kingdom-Driven Family as I (Andrea Schwartz) tackle questions posed to me by moms who want to parent according to God’s Word. I sincerely hope this helps you as you undertake the important job of raising Kingdom-driven children in your day-to-day family life. …

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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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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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Is sexual intimacy in marriage an “unholy” topic, not to be discussed in good company?  Not according Carmon Friedrich, who is ready, willing, and eager to help Christian women learn the Biblical importance of getting this area of marriage right. This podcast interview, with Andrea Schwartz, highlights some of the reasons why this subject is …

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Among the fondest memories of my childhood were our Saturday morning trips to the public library. I loved being around all those books stacked on beautiful shelves nested in mahogany-paneled walls. So it was not really surprising that, early on in my homeschooling career, we made frequent trips to the library and I would allow …

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