Join us in The Fellowship!
You're not the only one struggling.
It's time to stop feeling alone and unworthy. Your kids need a happy-ish, healthy mom who's humbly rejoicing in Jesus.
The Fellowship helps you:
- Know beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are NOT the only one and you are NOT alone.
- Learn how to apply the gospel to your daily life, using the sin and struggle often so tangible and unique in motherhood as a catalyst to draw nearer to Christ and enjoy him more.
"My marriage is in such a better place and my kids don’t feel they have to walk on eggshells when Mom gets home from work."
"Honestly this group has changed my life and I can't wait to see how much more the Lord helps me grow through my issues."
of the guilt and shame that puts you to bed at night
by learning to take your thoughts captive instead of spiraling destructively
BE more patient
rather than just fake it
the little moments with your kids instead of sabotaging it with the to-do list
of the resentment you harbor toward your husband
that your kids will want to stay connected and close (AND be interested in Jesus!)
Share the GOSPEL
with your kids in a humble, authentic and compelling way
your kids can have a happy mom
you stop missing out on their childhood and actually enjoy it
your marriage will be stronger than ever when the nest empties, rather than left in shambles
creativity and joy can dominate your family culture, rather than shame, anxiety, anger and disappointment
you can look forward to a lifetime of connection and conversations with your kids as they grow into adulthood
"Having the community of other perfectly imperfect Christian women surrounding me helps me to see I’m not alone in my struggle, and also helps provide accountability for going through the coursework. I’ve started revamping my relationship with Jesus and learning more about who He is from the courses and other women in the group, and that in itself has started a shift in my entire worldview!"
"This is a way to connect without shame. We don’t throw each other’s sin back in each other’s face. We’re in this together. Moms need that. It's freeing to have other ladies say, 'I've thought that too. I've been there. I've done it. This is what helped me.' Versus doing it all alone."