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Summertime is different schedules. Different food. Different bedtimes. And for me it can also be different friends. I don’t dump my usual ladies and take a break for the summer, we just often miss each other because of the change in our routines. The moms I see in the playground or at MOPS aren’t at those meeting spots, and either am I! But I’m still mothering. Still praying. Still wondering. Still needing to talk things through

For six weeks this late spring/early summer (in)courage, a site all about encouraging women in their friendships and faith, is hosting over seventy (in)courager groups. These are private, on-line groups of up to thirty women that will delve into just as many topics as there are groups. I am co-leading the group on Raising Daughters with my friend Ashley Larkin. Want to join us? Or check out the group for military wives? Or one on moms working from home? Just click over here to explore ALL of the possibilities. Registration opens May 19, so today’s the day to look into it.

Our summertime life might look different from the outside, but our inside-heart need for friendship doesn’t take a break. Join me in making some new friends, in a safe and encouraging place over at (in)courage.

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