The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

I well remember the first moments of holding my son in my arms after he was born. It was the perfect intersection of terror and ultimate joy. Within my arms lay a child who, while no longer dependent upon me for oxygen, still would require my constant care when it came to feeding, clothing, and …

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When many began their homeschooling journey, they assumed that, if they did what the “gurus” directed, all would be fine. At first it may have appeared there would be smooth sailing. Of course, this was the case because their children were young and didn’t have the opportunity or wherewithal to pick up and leave. However, …

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1. She is a virtuous woman whose price is far above precious gems: The Geneva Bible uses the word pearls. Other translations use the words jewels or rubies. So whether this is referring to the amount of dowry the law prescribes to show good faith on the part of a man in proposing marriage or …

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Facing the future regarding aging parents or children with disabilities can be daunting. With Obamacare looming as a threat to individual choice and preference, what should families do? In 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 …

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The dictionary defines frustration as: the feeling of being upset or annoyed, especially because of inability to change or achieve something.  Frustration can be a huge source of stress in anyone’s life, but among parents of a growing family, it can wear out both mother and father and result in unnecessary conflict. When the expectations …

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Why is it understood that to be a good mechanic, physician, or pilot, it takes preparation and training?  Yet, when it comes to running a household, all-too-many women think they will figure it out as they go along. In this podcast interview, neurodevelopmentalist Kay Ness talks about ways to better manage a Kingdom-drive family in …

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