Blog  /   Posts Tagged: Resource of the Month

14
Nov
2018
Grace Based Parenting

At Family Matters, we understand the additional challenges that can be faced when fostering and adopting which is why we offer a great resource at no cost to you. We encourage you to take advantage of this free resource, watch it all at once or break it up into a 4 week study. Invite some […]

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

“When I am wrestling with some of the great dilemmas of life, I like to start my search for answers in the one Book that has stood the test of time – the Bible. My walk through God’s Word established the premise for this book. But before I could find what I was looking for, […]

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

  “We each function in several key circles of support: work, church, school, interest groups, close friends, and, last but most important, the family. High-control bosses, manipulative managers, power-broker pastors, influence-peddling friends, and controlling family members slip through the cracks of our personalities and suck out our potential. They put our individuality in a straight […]

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

  “Behind the Olan Mills portraits of so many American families are individuals grinding their teeth from the tension of years and years of being controlled. Everything looks fine to an outsider viewing those families, but to those enduring daily life at the mercy of a controlling smothering personality, life is lonely and exasperating. It’s […]

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27
Feb
2014
Online Shopping, Family Matters, Grace Based Parenting, Resource of the Month, Dr. Tim Kimmel

  Who loves to shop? Better question: Who doesn’t?   If you are currently struggling to find the perfect gift for someone who has everything, I bet you our online store has something that they will love and cherish.  If you are currently struggling with an area or issue in your life, I bet you […]

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20
Feb
2014
Social Media, Grace Based Parenting, Resource of the Month

Do you have your phone permanently attached to your hip or hand?   That’s great!   Family Matters has you covered for Grace on the Go!   We have a mobile website app already in place for you to keep up to date on events, the blog, or even if you wish to listen to […]

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Pinterest, Family Matters, Resource of the Month, Grace Based Parenting

Window shopping is the best.  You get to peruse without purchase, find inspiration for the future or just take a gander of what’s out there.   Pinterest is just like window shopping and we have a great store for you!   Family Matters has multiple boards that we pin to, providing great insight, awesome inspiration, […]

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11
Feb
2014
Family Matters, Social Media, Grace Based Parenting, Dr. Tim Kimmel

  Are you living in a fast paced life? Need your news in 140 characters or less? Still want a taste of grace in your life each day?   We have the perfect social media outlet for you!   Come join us on Twitter (@Family_Matters) and be up to date on the latest news, events, […]

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