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22
Apr
2015

Building Heart Muscle Memory

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Grace Based Parenting, Family matters, Edy Sutherland

  When your brain has been trained through repetitive practice to carry out a process like playing a song on the piano, you have developed what is known as muscle memory.   Your fingers play the song from procedural memory.   My family recently traveled to Mexico to build a home with 1Mission. We’re seeking […]

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14
Apr
2015

Springtime Fun :: Pinterest Style

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Family Matters, Grace Based Parenting, Spring, Pinterest

Who is ready for some fun spring-time family activities?! Yes, you? We thought so.   If you haven’t visited our Pinterest page yet, check it out here with all our boards.  More specifically for Family Activites is our Family Fun-ness Board!  You’ll find some new additions, like:   Spring Time Treats Spring Cleaning Ideas Outdoor […]

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Christmas crafts, Family Matters, Pinterest, Grace Based Parenting

It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year With the kids jingle belling And everyone telling you “Be of good cheer” It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year Let’s celebrate with some Christmas time crafts!  You can find even more wonderful ideas on our Family Fun-ness board on our Pinterest page!       […]

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20
Oct
2014
family matters, grace based parenting, pinterest, fall crafts, leaves, pumpkins, pumpkin spice

  Can you feel it? Can you see it? Can you taste it?   For some of you, Fall is definitely in the air! {Based out of Arizona has its advantages, but our “Fall” is 80 degrees…and somehow we still pull out the tall boots and scarves!}   We thought it would be fun to […]

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burning-marriage

Dear Readers, My name is Karis Murray. I’m the Creative Director at Family Matters, and my parents, Dr. Tim and Darcy Kimmel founded this ministry in 1983. At Family Matters, we’ve always been message-bearers. Everything we do… books, conferences, speaking engagements, radio, blogging and social media is for one purpose: To carry the message of […]

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09
Jul
2014

High Cost of High Control :: eBOOK

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  Did you enjoy reading {or even re-reading} Dr. Tim Kimmel’s “The High Cost of High Control” Resource of the Month during June?   Would you enjoy this resource on an e-reader as well?   Well…It’s finally here!   Family Matters is proud to announce that “The High Cost of High Control” is now available […]

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High Cost of High Control, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Family matters, Grace Based parenting, Resource of the month

  “In {the} “Appearance is everything” homes, a child might be struggling from the friction between his parents, but he’s forbidden to mention anything to relatives or teachers who could offer him emotional support while his parents work out their differences. Or a family might be experiencing a series of financial setbacks, but their daughter […]

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High Cost of High Control, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Family matters, Grace Based parenting, Resource of the month

  “There’s no doubt that controlling others by “mugging” works. It also stinks!  The capacity to emotionally mug others seems to be innate within the human heart. It only comes to the surface if we let it out, and it gains effectiveness the more we use it. Obviously, those who use this method need to […]

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High Cost of High Control, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Family matters, Grace Based parenting, Resource of the month

“No matter how we slice it, when we assume control in areas of people’s lives where God has not privileged us, it inevitably backfires. When we tally the negative effects of controlling some other person’s life, it’s easy to see why it isn’t worth it. Let me list a few reasons:   Regardless of the […]

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High Cost of High Control, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Family matters, Grace Based parenting, Resource of the month

“In the two decades your children will live under the shade of your love, what is the most important quality you want them to learn from you? There are many noble character traits, but if they aren’t seasoned with grace, those qualities will not imprint your children’s souls the way you would like. Selfish control […]

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