Mary Mohler

Mary K. Mohler serves in ministry as the president’s wife at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.  She is also the founder and director of Seminary Wives Institute, an academic program for student wives started over 20 years ago at Southern Seminary.  A native of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Mary is a summa cum laude graduate of Samford University where she earned a BS in Biology.

Mrs. Mohler is the author of the forthcoming book, Growing in Gratitude from The Good Book Company.  She has contributed to several devotional books as well as to Crossway’s The Christian Homemaker’s Handbook.  She wrote a pamphlet titled Modeling Modesty and has coordinated Christian Essentials for Ministry Wives, a DVD and study guide driven study.  She serves as a women’s conference speaker and completed two terms of service as a board member at Louisville’s crisis pregnancy center.

Her favorite role is that of wife, mother and grandmother. She has been married to Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. for over 34 years.  They have two grown children, Katie and Christopher as well as a wonderful son in law, Riley Barnes and an adorable grandson, Benjamin.

Mary’s interests include baking, travel and time with her family.

What I Dont Want To Do

What I Don’t Want to Do

Leslie Leyland Fields, Elisabeth Elliot Gren, Mary Mohler, and Donovan Campbell share their stories about choosing to do the hard things God called them to do.

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Thanking God for the Thorns

It’s easy to thank God for the blessings, but thanking Him for the thorns, not so much. Author Mary Mohler gives listeners ten practical examples of how we can thank God in the midst of our pain.

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Rediscovering Gratefulness

Mary Mohler takes a biblical look at griping, complaining, and grumbling and identifies some gratitude robbers that may be stealing our joy.

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Training Your Heart to be Grateful

Are you a grateful person? Author Mary Mohler reminds us gratefulness isn’t an option for the Christian. We were all hopelessly lost, but God was rich in mercy and paid our sin-debt for us.

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