Here at The MOB Society, our mission is to equip and encourage parents to raise godly men.
As a community of BoyMoms, we're learning to delight in the chaos of raising boys along the journey! To read more about our story and the heart behind our ministry, and to meet our co-founders, Brooke and Erin, and the rest of the team, follow the links below.
God hasn’t asked us to win the battle for the hearts of our sons, only to fight faithfully. And the best way to fight is on our knees.
The BoyRaiser Tribe is designed to teach and equip you to make prayer a practical priority. You can impact your son’s life in about five minutes a day.
We’ll show you how.
I can’t tell you how much you’ve encouraged me with your books and all the emails and videos you provide. They have been such a lifeline for me through one of the hardest seasons I’m starting to walk through as a mom to a teenage boy. Thank you for allowing God to use you in such a profound way.Monica
You need to be praying. We've talked about it over and over again, and you know it so we won't spend any time today going over it again. Today, we're intentionally moving from just talking about it to actually giving you the tools to make prayer a practical habit in...read more
Have you ever told yourself you were going to become a praying mom? And then by day 15 (or 7...or, let's be real...day 2!) you've already fallen off the horse? We get how frustrating that can be. As believers, we know we should be praying, and when our sincere efforts...read more
As far as phases of life go, puberty is probably the most awkward. Zits, body hair, strange new odors, breasts, cracking voices, and the list goes on. The transition from childhood to adulthood makes for some strange new life experiences. That's why it's helpful to...read more
We've collected a ton of knee-slapping #boystories in preparation for this episode of MOB LIVE! If you need a good laugh, be sure to tune in! Listen as The MOB Society's Home with the Boys (Erin Mohring) and Brooke McGlothlin share YOUR hilarious boy stories in...read more
Did you know that if you wait until your children are around 9 years old to talk to them about sex, you've probably waited too long. I know, that age shocked me, too. Four years ago, when my husband and I first started thinking through talking to our kids about sex,...read more
**Author's Note: I originally wrote this post almost four years ago, and since that time, the statistics have only gotten worse. We've moved from simple devices to help them learn music to the battle for phones, and the need for parents to create conversation around...read more