The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

I recently watched two films dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and how it affects those diagnosed and their families. While each movie did a good job of showing the challenges and burdens experienced when a family member is afflicted, they also presented worldviews, complete with presuppositions, subtly woven into these personal stories.

Social media lights up when a well-known and well-loved celebrity dies in a deliberate suicide or an accidental one by drug overdose. On purpose or unintended, the person is still dead and fans are heartbroken. More questions abound than answers. After all, don’t fame, wealth, and preferential treatment bring about happiness? The words hypocrisy and …

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