A mother’s expectation of blessing is a powerful testimony of faith. What are you expecting?
As we move through Different, pay close attention to your group members’ reactions. If someone suddenly goes quiet or gets defensive, treat her very gently. Ask privately after the group is over if there’s something she needs prayer for. Remember, we gather to encourage each other and point one another to God and His word,… [Read More]
Have you been following along with our series about tending to your own Mom Heart? Not only do we need to learn to tend to our group members’ hearts, but we need to first tend and fill our own heart so that we have something to give. Find all the posts in the series here. Have you… [Read More]
Motherhood is not just a burdensome task to be done, but an expression of the very nature of God Himself.
Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful; and let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the… [Read More]
Leading a Mom Heart group through the book Different might make you feel nervous. After all, these are extremely personal thoughts and struggles for mothers who might never have shared with anyone before. I encourage you to be very gentle as you address these topics in a group. Please read this post first that includes… [Read More]
We are so excited to share today’s post from Pam Turney. Pam is a longtime friend of the Clarksons and Mom Heart Ministry. Pam hosts a Mom Heart conference in North Alabama that features speakers that have been trained and mentored by Sally. Here is a little of her story. We started in the back room… [Read More]
Is your own Mom Heart characterized by gentleness, tenderness, and affection toward your child?
Leading and teaching a Mom Heart group is not about authority, or great faith, or special training, or strong personality, or spiritual giftedness, or appearance, or deep knowledge. It’s about being faithful to serve, available to God, and willing to learn. David, who would become king of Israel, did not look like a future king,… [Read More]
Home is where the heart of motherhood lives.