Weary Mom, Grace Based parenting, Stacy Edwards, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Family matters

  It’s a  whispered plea for energy as a baby cries in the middle of the night.  It’s the weary body in need of an extra dose of grace to make it through the midnight hours. It’s a request to reveal the significance of the seemingly insignificant.  It’s a need to see the purpose behind […]

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Advancing Grace, Family Matters, Grace Based Parenting

How one Mom became an Ambassador for Family Matters In her transition from working mom to stay-at-home mom, Michelle Hutchison discovered the book, Grace Based Parenting.  As a young mom with two kids under the age of 3, she came to appreciate the power – and simplicity – of the Grace message. Now, 3 years […]

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01
Apr
2014

Always Rejoicing…Sorta

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Tulips

  I’m very blessed to be part of a Titus 2 Bible study once a month.  I wish it were weekly.  This past week we met over dinner and discussed Philippians 4:1-9. I’m totally enjoying studying Philippians.  Great book. We were talking about rejoicing in the Lord. One of the questions was, “What are the […]

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Grace Filled Marriage, Family Matters, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Darcy Kimmel, Resources

        As many of you know, one of the core values and topics of this radio program is the covenant of marriage between one man and one woman….and the love that binds husband and wife together in holy matrimony. We also talk about the respect that is needed in marriage, but our […]

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28
Mar
2014

Love’s Secret Sauce

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Grace Filled Marriage, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Grace Based Parenting, Loves Secret Sauce, Wedding, marriage

As far as weddings go, it’s the best seat in the house. If there wasn’t so much responsibility that goes with occupying it, I’d be inclined to grab it more often. I’ve watched couples tie the knot from just about every angle, but for me, the best view of the action is the one the […]

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27
Mar
2014

Sacred Serving

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sacred serving

Lord, what can you do with me? I have four children, elderly parents and a house where something new seems to break every day. I do not have the time, the money or the energy to do big things for you. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Everyone, at some point, has had some variation […]

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Family Matters, Angie Ryg, Family

  “What happened to his eye?” the letter from a student’s parent was asking me.  Well, luckily (not that I wouldn’t want to be there, but at least for this question, I was not to blame), I was absent that day.  But I answered her letter politely, promptly, and personally. I realized that is how […]

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daughters and body image

Body image is an issue that has transcended the eras. Different cultures and different fragments of time have varying ideas of what they consider beautiful or desirable. We live in a time now where, as a whole, our ideal for beauty is thinner than it has been for most of history, but as a whole, […]

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24
Mar
2014

NOT Mother of the Year

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Grace Based Parenting, Mother of the Year, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Guilt

  Let all that you do be done in love. 1 Corinthians 16:14   I hate to be the one to break the news on this but there actually is a “Mother of the Year” award. As much as I always told myself there wasn’t, there actually is.   But who made motherhood a competition anyway? […]

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21
Mar
2014
How do I live sufficient grace, Sue Birdseye, Dr. TIm Kimmel, Grace Based Parenting

  Ever had a lyric or a verse stuck in your head? There is one in my head. “But he said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.’”  2 Corinthians 12:9 Over and over it runs through my head reminding me that God is enough. I […]

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