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]
Do you have plans for your Mom Heart group during the summer? Many groups take the summers off as families tend to travel, and the regularity of the school year has gone by the wayside. But you don’t have to wave goodbye in June, not expecting to see each other again until September. Here are… [Read More]
Bethany leads a Mom Heart group in Waco, Texas. I’ll let her tell you a bit about her experience as a leader. When Sally released Taking Motherhood to Hearts, I felt like God was prompting me to host a group in order to bring some friends together. It started out small, by me inviting people,… [Read More]
Do you have group members that are habitually late to the Mom Heart group meeting? Are you the one that arrives late? Every group has experienced this at some point. Read on for some ideas of how to handle the latecomers. Examine your own habits. Are you starting the meeting 30 minutes late each week?… [Read More]