Brooke McGlothlin grew up dreaming of having little boys of her own. But parenting boys left her feeling frazzled and drained. She explains how she allowed God to change her dreams for His glory. McGlothlin dispels the myths of the “ME” gospel. She also identifies four main categories where she sees moms struggling most.
Brooke McGlothlin is passionate about helping parents, especially moms, raise boys into godly men. She is the co-founder and president of The MOB ("Mothers Of Boys") Society and the author of several books including Praying for Boys, Hope for the Weary Mom and her latest, Gospel-Centered Mom. She has two boys herself, whom she raises in the Appalachian (pronounced "AppaLATCHan, if you please) Mountains of southwest Virginia with her husband. Learn more about Brooke by visiting www.themobsociety.com, or her personal blog, www.brookemcglothlin.co.