MOMS BetterTogether Podcast
with Lori & Heather
Moms Together Cohost
Helping families build connections that last a lifetime is Lori’s passion. She’s a licensed parent-family educator, national speaker, parent coach, and author or co-author of 5, soon to be 6, parenting books.
Lori’s the lead Mentor Mom at the Moms Together Facebook community and group and co-hosts the MOMS Together Podcast. Her latest project is co-hosting the podcast Moms Better Together produced by Life Audio.
She is mom to 4, Mom-in-love to 3, and Mimi to 2. The Wildenberg home is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. A perfect day in Lori’s world is a hike with Tom (her hubby), their growing family, and their newest addition Toby, the family golden doodle.
To connect with Lori or to receive her Eternal MOMents blog and newsletter go to www.loriwildenberg.com
Moms Together Cohost
Heather Riggleman is an author, blogger, national speaker, and award winning journalist.
She calls Nebraska home (Hey, it’s not for everyone) with her three kids and husband of 21 years. She believes Jazzercise, Jesus and tacos can fix anything and not necessarily in that order!
Heather believes in living bold truths through raw faith in her marriage, motherhood, community, career, mental health, and faith.
She is the author of Mama Needs a Time Out, Bold Truths Prayer Journal: A 90 Day Guide to S.O.A.P. God’s Word, I Call Him By Name Bible Study, and Let’s Talk About Prayer and a contributor to several books.
Heather is a writer for Crosswalk, Christianity, and Relevant Magazine. Her work has been featured on Proverbs 31 Ministries, MOPS, Today’s Christian Woman and Focus On the Family. You can find her at www.heatherriggleman.com.
Lori & Heather have exciting news!
After recording 10 Moms Together Episodes (see below), the MT Podcast co-hosts have begun recording for Salem Media.
If you liked the Moms Together Podcast, you will love, Moms Better Together, found over at Life Audio.
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Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.
1 Thessalonians 5:11