Raising Up Mothers is designed to encourage moms in their ordinary duties and in their relationship with Christ as they raise children to the glory of God, while developing personal and mentoring relationships with seasoned women of the church.
Registration open June 26-July 15
13 Week Book Study
September 15-December 15
Fellowship breakfast every week!
Childcare & book provided
How will the discipleship take place?
Before the semester begins all participants will be organized by table, with 1-2 mentors for every 4-6 moms. These are the women you will sit with every week, getting to know one another, discussing and applying God’s truths practically to your life, and in prayer together.
Who can participate?
Whether you’re currently expecting your first child, or seeing your last teenager through high school, all women with children in their household are encouraged to participate.
What if I am not available Friday mornings because I work?
Please let us know!!! We are considering alternative options for working moms and want to be as inclusive as possible, but a solution is dependent on interest and the moms’ situations.
What am I committing to when I sign up?
We ask that you make a faithful effort to accomplish the assigned weekly reading. Please don’t be intimidated by this! We have carefully selected the book and scheduled the reading for busy mothers who may only have small windows in which to read. The weekly breakfast will be provided on a rotational basis by each table, so you will occasionally be asked to contribute to breakfast.
Which children are eligible for childcare?
We intend to provide care for all children who will be accompanying you, regardless of age. Details will follow after registration closes. When you register, be sure you register each child individually so that we can ensure proper care for them and obtain accurate numbers. Note that breakfast is not provided for children, though children in the nursery may receive a snack.
What is the book for Fall 2023?
The book is “Created to Care” by Sara Wallace.
For questions contact:
Hope Strevel or Prarie Thompson