Mom Heart came to life within Whole Heart Ministries around 1995 simply out of a heart and vision to encourage mothers. Twenty years later, Mom Heart is still beating, and my vision to restore moms’ hearts to God’s heart for motherhood is still clear. In this new and changing season of ministry and life, though, we’re listening to God to… [Read More]
Today’s post is a profile of a Mom Heart group member. Do you know how your members’ lives are changed by your diligence? This is Jackie’s experience being called by God to parent in a new way and how her group encourages her. Let me start off by explaining that my experience with Mom Heart… [Read More]
Have you ever been to a Mom Heart or Lifegiving Home live event? As a Mom Heart group leader or attendee, it can be incredibly inspiring to gather together with other like-minded mothers. Sally and Joel have teamed up to offer several Lifegiving Home events this summer. Let’s hear Sally’s thoughts on these. As our… [Read More]
Today’s profile is of a lovely lady who has been raising her children using WholeHearted / MomHeart philosophies since the mid 1990s. With three grown children and two more at home, plus a growing gaggle of grandchildren, Shelly has a unique perspective to offer, both as a mother and as a Mom Heart group leader…. [Read More]
If you study God’s truth in your group in an atmosphere of grace, you will bring delight to your moms’ hearts. Quote from Taking Motherhood to Hearts.
Are you feeling a need for like-minded fellowship? Are you lonely? Maybe it’s time for you to consider starting your own Mom Heart group! Here’s a quick-start guide to get you going. Pray over each of the following decisions. Read Taking Motherhood to Hearts. This will give you all the nitty-gritty about starting and leading… [Read More]
Charise McNutt has had quite a journey that includes leading her California group while going through the trial of Multiple Sclerosis. Be encouraged through her to step out with your own mustard seed-sized faith! Charise (right) and her co-leader, Joanna I was a young mother full of ideals with no idea how to walk in… [Read More]