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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A funny thing happens on the way to maturity. The very children who looked at you as though you could do no wrong and knew everything, suddenly turn into people who scrutinize and criticize your every move and decision. I used to tell my children that I refused to submit my resume and qualifications every …

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How can it be that someone who is “saved” can act so contrary to the clear commandments of God? What can you say about someone who professes a faith in Jesus Christ, but who fails to learn or apply His law-word? Jesus never said, “You will know them by their professions of faith.” What He …

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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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