Our desire is to provide you with care and resources for raising godly sons. That's why, under the Lord's leading, we're pursuing non-profit status for The MOB Society!
AMAZING! It's the morning of the first day of this fundraiser and we've already raised 10% of our goal! Thank you, friends! We are so grateful for your support! Make sure to tell your boy-raising friends, too!
Created in 2010 by Erin Mohring and Brooke McGlothlin, The MOB Society has quickly become a beacon of hope for boy moms, and the online home for all things boys. In 2013, their ministry expanded into Raising Boys Ministries, an umbrella organization that now includes a specialized site just for fathers of boys — Boy Dads: In The Trenches of Fatherhood.
With five boys between them, Erin and Brooke have lots of boy mom experience. Do they have all of the answers? No. But they believe in a God who will supply all of their needs according to His riches in Christ Jesus, and they want to help you have that same faith.
No matter what.
Their goal is to help you laugh at and with your boys, learn to apply scripture practically in your boys’ day-to-day lives, answer the hard questions, and understand your own reactions to your boys. It’s a place where we’ll learn how BEST to love them, protect them, and serve them…TOGETHER.
As we move forward into the land of non-profit ministry, our official name will be Raising Boys Ministries. Everything we do, from the top to the bottom, will be designed with ministering to you in mind. 2015 will bring expansions of ministry, new resources, and new ways to reach the hearts of moms with a message of hope.
Here's the deal...we can't do this without you.
To apply for non-profit status and pay our site expenses for the rest of the year (through the end of December 2014), we need to raise $10,000.
Would you consider helping us reach this goal?
We need our community to come together and rally behind the vision of delight in the chaos, and support for raising godly men like never before. Will you be a part of it?
*Donations are NOT tax-deductible at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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