You thought you had checked all the boxes but now your family is navigating issues around mental health, pornography, identity, sexuality, faith and more.
You are feeling discouraged, overwhelmed, helpless, like a horrible parent, you missed something or just did it wrong.
Your desperate for help but don’t know where to turn…. We get it!
Don’t be alone! Come link arms with like-minded mothers and increase your PEACE…even in the middle of hard.
You are in the right place!
Created by Karen Broadhead, Mothers Who Know is an online gospel-centered community where mothers gather to ask questions, offer support, get free training and learn from each other’s insights.
Our mission is to strengthen every mother who desires to support her children, strengthen her family, and stand strong in facing the opposition of our day.
If you have a child struggling to overcome a challenge requiring support like pornography, anxiety/depression, self-harm, etc, join us and find HOPE.
Learn ways to best support your child and find peace in the storms you face.
Learn to better rely on the Savior and His grace in YOUR life.
Learn that you don’t have to do things perfectly, you can live a messy life and still have peace.
We are here to support and strengthen YOU!
A FREE online, self-paced course, Mom Power Training is the first step for all mothers.
Learn foundational ways to stand with peace in any storm and find joy. Then, when you’re ready select your TEAM to put into practice the tools you have learned.
A TEAM will build your confidence as you apply the tools learned in MOM POWER with a small group of like-minded/Christ centered women.
Sometimes you just need someone safe to actually talk to, who is a few years ahead of you, who has gone through the same things and can give you perspective.
Schedule a free 30-minute visit with Karen Broadhead, founder of Mothers Who Know and Parent Support Specialist.
“This inspired program has given me hope and healing in my heart…”
“… a sisterhood along the path [of motherhood]… I love the ripple effect that happens with Mothers Who Know!”
“I was in a really dark place… and I found a [safe] place I could share my concerns and grief…”
“The overriding feeling that haunted me everyday was that I had failed [as a mom]. Linking arms with a small army of faithful women has meant the world to me…”
In Mothers Who Know we often use a meaningful phrase that has become a burning testimony for me. “There will always be a message and
This is an email I received from a mother. Unfortunately, her concerns and struggles are very similar to those of other mothers. Here is the
10 ways to support a child caught in pornography, advice from mothers who have bee there and who understand. 10 things you can do today to support your child.