At Mothering From Scratch, we love moms. We’ve been in the trenches. Felt the exhaustion. Experienced the isolation. Been ashamed to ask for help — if we even knew where to find it.
It’s the reason why we started this blog. For the past year, we’ve been privileged to partner with DaySpring’s website (in)courage to offer a private Mentoring for Mothers group on Facebook. We’re also known as (in)couragers.
(in)courager groups are small groups that offer deeper, more intimate conversations and support within the larger (in)courage blogging community.
Today, registration starts for the new session of the (in)courager groups!
The fall session will run from September 23rd to November 8th. In our group, we’ll be talking about topics that are often difficult and confusing for moms. We’ll share our experiences and hard-won wisdom on these subjects. We’ll also offer encouragement and prayer support.
The (in)courage blog was founded by Holley Gerth and Stephanie Bryant in 2009. They met at DaySpring and banded together to create a space that fostered “relationships — with God and each other.”
What can you expect if you join our (in)courager group?
Honesty. Grace. Humor. Transparency. From diapers to prom, mothers need guidance from one another. We will help moms move past being rivals to becoming resources for one another. In addition, we will help mothers learn how to be pro-active in identifying and soliciting mentors in their everyday lives, relationships and experiences.
How do you join us?
Does this strike a chord with you? Are you tired of wandering in the mothering wilderness? Then join us!
Becoming a member of our (in)courage mom mentoring group on Facebook is easy:
1.) Simply go our registration page on the (in)courage website.
2.) Click on the “Add Your Link” button (under our group description) and enter your name and email address. (You can also add your blog, Twitter or FB URL, but that’s optional.)
3.) We’ll send you a “Welcome” email with a link to our Mentoring For Moms FB group. Follow the link and then request to be added to the group. That’s it!
It will be a closed group, allowing for more privacy in our discussions and prayer requests. Only members will be able to participate in conversations and view group member posts.
Who are we?
If you are new to this blog, let us introduce ourselves.