Lori Wildenberg, Author at MomLife Today

Lori Wildenberg

Lori Wildenberg

Mom since 1987 ~ blessed mom of four, mother-in-love to three, Mimi to three

Co-Founder of 1 Corinthians 13 Parenting, Administrator and Leader of Moms Together Facebook Group and Page 

Author: Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety, Depression, or Suicidal Ideation, The Messy Life of Parenting: Powerful and Practical Ways to Strengthen Family Connections, Messy Journey: How Grace and Truth Offer the Prodigal a Way Home, Raising Little Kids with BIG Love, Raising Big Kids with Supernatural Love, Empowered Parents: Putting Faith First.

Helping families build connections that last a lifetime is Lori Wildenberg’s passion. Lori, licensed parent-family educator, parent coach, national speaker, and author of six parenting books leads the popular MOMS Together Facebook page and group. Lori and Tom have 4 adult children with the additional bonus of 3 in-laws and 3 grands. A perfect day in Lori’s world is a hike with Tom, Toby- their goldendoodle, and any combination of family members. Connect with Lori at loriwildenberg.com


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Six Ways to Tackle Struggles

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A Back-to-School Prayer

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The Power of the Tongue

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A Home With a Heart

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Hope for the Holidays


“It’s 101.” It was Christmas Eve morning, and our then 18-month-old son had a fever.  Tom and I both knew what those three digits meant— a trip to urgent care…

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