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 we wrap up our discussion questions for Different. Is your Mom Heart group enjoying the new relationships and levels of sharing that this incredibly vulnerable book has brought about? I pray that the Lord has blessed your conversations and that mothers are being drawn to Him, especially in their deepest, lonely struggles with different… [Read More]
Has your group been reading through Different together? It might not be an easy journey to take, but one that can bring encouragement to the mothers around you. Make your group a safe place for women to share their parenting challenges in a way they’ve never been able to share before. Click here to find… [Read More]
We are making our way through Different! Have you connected in a new way with any mothers around you? We love to hear how God is using this book to reach parents. Click here to find the previous posts about Different. Rembrandt’s Jacob Wrestling with the Angel (public domain) Chapter 7: Wrestling God This chapter… [Read More]
Have you been following along with our series on Different? Using this book in a Mom Heart group can be tricky because it touches such deep parts of our mother hearts, but it is also an opportunity for intimacy and close friendships to blossom as we hear the hurts and fears of those around us…. [Read More]
The love of a mother in God’s divine design is an irreplaceable influence on a child’s heart, dreams, self-image, and potential.
Are you afraid to read a book in your Mom Heart group that doesn’t come with discussion questions? It’s not as difficult as you might think. “I’m feeling called by God to lead a group but I’m not a teacher.” “I’ve never been trained to lead women’s ministry.” “I’m an introvert.” Have you ever said… [Read More]