Does it feel like your life has turned into a hot mess and now you’ve lost hope?
Are your family dynamics full of conflict, tension and despair?
Author, speaker and parenting coach Lori Wildenberg shares how to turn your mess into a message.
She loves mentoring and encouraging women, especially when it comes to parenting God’s way.
Her message of hope, especially when you’re praying for a prodigal child, will help give you the strength to endure the journey.
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Lori Wildenberg, mom of four, is passionate about helping families build connections that last a lifetime. As a licensed parent-family educator she is professionally equipped to encourage and empower moms and dads to be the parents their children need. With more than 25 years’ experience working with working with parents and kids in the faith-based and secular settings, her philosophy is focused on developing a child’s heart and character while creating a family system that is interdependent and dependent on God.
Lori is in the process of writing her 5th book which will be published by New Hope Publishers and released in August. She is the author of Messy Journey: How Grace and Truth Offer the Prodigal a Way Home and co-author of 3 books: Raising Big Kids with Supernatural Love, Raising Little Kids with BIG Love, and Empowered Parents: Putting Faith First. A national speaker, Lori is a member of the Advance Writers and Speakers Association.
She is co-founder of the 1 Corinthians 13 Parenting Ministry, a resource site for parents and those who work with families. She is on staff as a parent coach at Healing for the Soul, volunteers her time mentoring women, and is the lead mentor mom at the Moms Together Facebook Community page and group. She is also a freelance writer for a number of on-line Christian parenting magazines.
Lori is an avid hiker who describes her perfect day as starting with a hike with her husband, their four kids, one daughter-in-love, and the family labradoodle. It concludes with a movie, to be shared with Tom, her husband of 35 years. The Wildenberg home is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
Tell me about your Story & Background
Married my college sweetheart (we were friends in high school-I had a crush on Tom). Taught elementary school for 10 years. went to Colombia to adopt our oldest, had 3 more kids the old fashioned way. My children are all young adults now and I even have a daughter-in-love! It is a total joy to combine my faith, with my passion for parenting, and love of teaching into my parenting ministry.
What is your SuperPower? What are you good at that you like to help others overcome?