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This year is the 30th anniversary of Family Matters. That’s right folks! We’ve been at this thing for three decades now! We have met so many wonderful people, partnered with some great ministries like Focus on the Family and Family Life, and God has used our efforts to touch the lives of countless families with the message of His grace. Praise the Lord!! One of the ways we would like to celebrate what God has done in us and through us is to highlight one resource a month as a way to familiarize you with what Family Matters has to offer in order to minister to you better.

This month’s resource highlight is 50 Ways to Really Love Your Kids. Here’s a little about the book…

In 50 Ways to Really Love Your Kids, Tim Kimmel offers moms and dads simple, how-to ways to express love to their children. His thought-provoking ideas include:

  • Have a love that works overtime to simplify your children’s lives
  • Model a love that always wants to give more than is asked of it
  • Show your kids how to love life and live it in an adventurous way
  • Love your kids so much that you’ll not allow excuses to cover their moral infractions
  • Start loving your kids’ future spouses now
  • and Don’t force God to discipline your kids…you do it

If you’re eager to get your hands on a copy of this amazing resource, we have some great news for you! We want our Family Matters Blog readers to have a chance to win a copy of 50 Ways to Really Love Your Kids!

Like all of our giveaways, you have to do a little something…



*One entry per person per method of entry. Be sure to enter a separate comment for each method of entry (one comment for Facebook, one comment for Twitter, etc.). This way you have a higher chance of winning.

1. COMMENT: Leave a comment on this blog post telling us why you’d like to read 50 Ways to Really Love Your Kids. 

2. TWITTER: Follow Family Matters on Twitter – just copy and paste this message into your tweet Hey! @Family_Matters is giving away a copy of #50WaystoReallyLoveYourKids!

3. FACEBOOK: Like Family Matters on Facebook.

4. EMAIL/RSS: Sign up to receive our blog updates via Email or RSS feed.


Giveaway ends Friday, December 14th, 2012. Winner is chosen randomly and will be announced here as soon as they’ve accepted the prize. Good luck, everyone!



But there’s more… too eager to wait and see if you’ve won? We don’t blame you.  Throughout the month of December, 50 Ways to Really Love Your Kids is 30% off ($11.25)! A perfect Christmas gift!

To take advantage of this awesome deal, shop at the Family Matters {Online} Store.

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  1. Parenting is so important, especially in this age of moving away from God. I’d like to read this book and share the concepts with the ladies in our Messianic synagogue.

    Blessings on your ministry and work for His kingdom.

  2. Carrie says:

    I’d love a copy! I have 3 kids and In the midst of the day to day rush to get things done, run kids here and the fact that our youngest was born this summer I need inspiration for showing my kids love beyond telling them. Sounds like a great resource!

  3. Joeleene says:

    I’d love a copy of 50 ways to really love your kids, so I can be the best mum & role model to not only our kids but the many kids I work with & interact with….

  4. Sherri Morris says:

    I would love this book, because I feel that sometimes I don’t show my children that I love them enough. :)

  5. Tammy Halton says:

    With two teens its hard to keep perspective and not take everything personally. I would look to this book to help me “step it up a notch” and become a better parent to my children in the years they need it the most!

  6. Kris says:

    I would LOVE to read this book! While I never found it difficult to love my children when they were little, it’s getting harder sometimes as they become adults (and sometimes don’t behave in ways I feel I taught them to). There’s a lot of conflict parenting children in those ages between child and adult, and I could use some help in dealing with it in a loving way.

  7. joann g says:

    I would love this book as reading material with my husband, especially when we webcam overseas

  8. Kelli says:

    I’m always interested in learning more ways to show love to my kids because I there’s always room for more loving on the precious gifts God gave me for children!

  9. Sarah says:

    I’d love a copy as this book as I’m always looking for new ideas to love my kids better.

  10. Monica A says:

    I love Tim Kimmel’s books!

  11. Nancy says:

    I would love a copy to pass on to my daughter and son-in-law, as I have a one-year old grandson!!!

  12. Lisa Orth says:

    I would love to have a copy if this book, to give me ideas how to be a better Mom. I have a sweet girl that I want to raise to love Jesus and love others. :)

  13. Heather says:

    I love to read Tim Kimmel books and I already know this one will be reading material soon.

  14. Cynthia says:

    I would LOVE a copy for our growing family!

  15. Cynthia says:

    I already “like” you on fb.

  16. Cynthia says:

    I already subscribe via Google Reader. I don’t want to miss a post!

  17. Erin says:

    I would love a copy of this book! Thanks for the chance to win!

  18. iraida malpica says:

    i so need this because i need to become a better mom to my children, especially my son… who suffers inside because of his dad not communicating with him in over 4 years

  19. Carmen Petite says:

    I have recently married a man with two toddler boys. Some say this is not at all strange, for women to marry when the man has children. It really isn’t, until I tell them that my 3 children are all over the age of 22 years old. I am also a Grandma to a five year old girl and a 1 year old boy. My step son’s are now 5 and 4 years old. When I share that information, they call me “crazy and nuts”. I was a single parent and have raised my kids right up when I left to move with my now husband. I have never been more two days away from my kids and that was only due to me having to travel away for my job. Not only do I want to learn to love my very own children more but, to learn how to be a better parent to my step-children. This book will be just what I can use to get me started.