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Sep
2011

RTGK Plano, TX Recap!

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We really enjoyed our time with the folks in Plano, TX for our Raising Truly Great Kids Conference! It is always exciting for us to see the message of grace “click” for parents. There was a lot of great feedback, but we wanted to share a few comments from our conference evaluation forms:

“What a small word Grace is– but what an impact it can have on relationships.” Mom from Plano, TX.

“Parenting seems to have gotten more and more of a burden than a joy over the last 2 years. I lost my mother about 2.5 years ago and I just lost so much joy in so many parts of my life. I hope to go home and find joy again. Also, I prayed for God to forgive me for walking away due to anger over my mother’s death. I hope to rededicate my life to His purpose and be a better example to my children…. So glad I came here today!” Mom from Richardson, TX.

Thanks to Chase Oaks Church and all the wonderful volunteers that helped make this event a great one!

If you’d like to attend an upcoming Raising Truly Great Kids Conference you can find out more on our events page. If you’d like information on how you can bring an RTGK conference to your town.

Karis Kimmel Murray is the Creative Director of Family Matters®, a ministry who’s internationally hosted parenting and marriage events, radio and television broadcasts, articles, videos, website and best-selling books (written by Karis’ parents and Family Matters’ founders Dr. Tim and Darcy Kimmel,) Grace Based Parenting and Grace Filled Marriage, have been used by God to transform tens of thousands of families into instruments of His restoration and reformation.
Karis writes and speaks for Family Matters as a voice to the next generation of parents. Karis is co-host of The Family Matters Minute, a nationally syndicated one-minute radio segment heard by millions of listeners every weekday.
Karis lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband Mike, their two teenage daughters and a ragamuffin menagerie of pets.

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