Author: Erin.Mohring

Faith and Adventure For the Whole Family with Jonathan Park!

This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Wise King Media, but we only share products and resources we have used with our own families. All opinions are 100% my own. We hop in the minivan around 7:40am daily for the drive to school. This year, we have boys in fifth grade, third grade, and a four-year-old at home with me. As I pull out of the driveway, I double check that everyone has everything they need for the day: backpack – check, homework – check, lunch – check, water bottle – check. We all get settled and then I...

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Introducing the #BoyRaiser Tee!

This journey of raising boys is not for the faint of heart, but I have hope. First and foremost, my hope comes from Jesus, but He has also provided me with another reason for hope as a boy mom: YOU. I find such hope, inspiration, and encouragement from our community of boy moms right here at The MOB Society. I’m proud to be a part of a group of women who are standing up to boldly say, “I am raising my boy(s) to love the Lord above all else.” You love well and pray fervently and depend on Jesus....

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The MOB Society Mug is Here!

I like big mugs. Yep, my coffee mugs must be large. Maybe it’s because I like a little (or a lot) of creamer or maybe I need a lot of coffee to keep up with three boys. Either way, a tiny little mug will just not work for me. I also like mugs that have meaning. The mugs in my cupboard reflect so many things I love – motherhood, marriage, memorable vacations, holidays. And I’m adding one more big, meaningful mug to my cupboard with this one: Now is your chance to pre-order our exclusive MOB Society mug! This 16-ounce white ceramic mug proclaims to all the world that you are a proud member of this boy-raising community. Don’t you just love it?! A few details you must know: These mugs are only available for three days! If you want a mug, you must order by 11:59PM EST on Thursday, February 4th. This is a pre-order. Mugs will ship in early March. We can only ship to addresses in the United States at this time. When you buy this fabulous mug, you get a great mug from which to sip your coffee while you pray for your boys in the morning. Your purchase is also an investment in the work of this ministry and that support means so much to us! Don’t delay! Grab your mug before this pre-order ends Thursday!...

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Connecting Our Boys with the Cross

This post includes affiliate links. If you purchase through these links, Raising Boys Ministries will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for helping support our ministry! For years, I have searched for ways to make the days leading up to Easter more real, intentional, and meaningful for my children. Easter is fun and joyful, much like Christmas, but Jesus’ betrayal, suffering, and death are a completely different story. As much as my boys enjoy reading and hearing a good story, they are also very visual and hands-on learners. They still talk about Bible...

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Locker Room Lessons: Who Are You Playing For?

Locker Room Lessons is a weekly series here at The MOB Society meant to help moms connect their sons’ love of sports with lessons on life and faith. The first ever college football playoff teams were announced over the weekend. It is the first year a committee selected what they considered to be the four best teams in the country. Sunday was a day of great elation as well as overwhelming disappointment for college football players across the nation. And out of it all came this tweet from Bryce Petty, quarterback for the Baylor Bears, who were left out of the...

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Here at The MOB Society, our mission is to equip and encourage parents to raise godly men. And as a community of BoyMoms, we're learning to delight in the chaos of raising boys along the journey! Click here 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, click here!

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