Moms Together Mentors!
Moms Together Mission Statement
To glorify God in the way we serve and support women in their role as a mom and/or grandmom.
Julie, Moms Together Mentor and Prayer Director, helps women find their peace. Julie is the author of 2 books: Expectant for new mamas and The ABCs of Praying for Students, helping grownups pray powerfully for students in their lives. Mom of 2 grown kids, Julie works with her husband as a global leadership and culture consultant. “I love uplifting diverse moms and families around the world.” Find Julie online bringing truth to meet life in a peaceful way at juliesanders.org
I am married to the best pastor around (Mark Hallock) and blessed with two teenagers – one now off at college (Zoe) and the other trying to leave me too (Eli, a newly licensed driver!). Besides being passionate about home discipleship and helping our kids cultivate a faith of their own, I also love volunteering with teachers and administrators in the public schools to encourage them and bring a light to our community. When I’m not doing the wife/mom/volunteer thing you can find me, well, sleeping! Ha! Find out more about Jenna and her ministry at famtime.com
Mary Boswell is a wife to Jeff, mother of 2 teenagers, and a Weimaraner who doesn’t know she’s a dog. Mary is passionate about helping women grow deeper in their walk with the Lord through Bible study and prayer. She is active in her local church serving as Women’s Ministry leader, singing on the Praise Team, and co-teaching a thriving ministry of adults with her husband. Connect with Mary on her blog,
The Calm of His Presence .
Emily Scott, PhD, Moms Together Mentor and Social Media Director, understands the joys and struggles of being a parent today. She is a wife, mom of three, dog mom, and writer. Her days are spent building LEGO towers, rereading the same story book over and over, and playing with Barbies. Emily hopes to encourage parents to be purposeful, loving, and supportive while raising responsible kids. She specializes in childhood development, adverse childhood experiences, and emotional intelligence. Her writing has also been featured on Her View from Home, Red Tricycle, Parent.co, and Joyful Living Magazine. For more information go to renewedhopeparenting.com .
Dolores Smyth, Moms Together Mentor and Monthly Theme Co-Coordinator, is a nationally published faith and parenting writer who finds inspiration for her writing from everyday life. She is also a regular contributor to Crosswalk.com and Christianity.com. When she isn’t writing, you can find Dolores keeping up with her three active kids, stealing kisses from her supportive husband, or doting on her spoiled rescue dog. You can connect with Dolores about books, faith, and family on Instagram
Helping families build connections that last a lifetime is Lori’s passion. She’s a licensed parent-family educator, national speaker, parent coach, and is 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 and Moms Better Together Podcast (Produced by Life Audio).
She is mom to 4, Mom-in-love to 3, and Mimi to 3. 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
Dr. Eve Rosno
Dr. Eve Rosno, Moms Together Mentor and Designer of the monthly cover images, is a wife, mother of 4, and a licensed psychologist. She has also been using and educating about essential oils for the past 5 1/2 years. Finding natural ways to keep her family healthy has become a rewarding passion. Dr. Rosno loves to help others find safe, effective, affordable solutions to support their mind, body, and spirit. She has a special passion for encouraging moms “in the trenches” through a combination of humor, solidarity, natural solutions, and her background in psychology. For more information go to dreverosno.com
Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.
1 Thessalonians 5:11