Amy Wilson is originally from Columbia, SC, but she moved to Sumter ten years ago for her husband Kurt to coach football at Wilson Hall. They have three boys: Walker (10), Reese (8) and Lee (5). Amy works for Medical Services of America (formerly Tri-County Home Health and Hospice) as an Account Executive. While leading a very busy life, Amy's hope and prayer is that her life is Christ centered and that He is glorified in all that she does.
Melanie Williams was born and raised in Sumter, SC and is married to Jess Williams, also from Sumter. They have three daughters: Hannah (11), Claire(10), and Isabella (5). Melanie is a stay at home mom that is very eager to join alongside other busy moms to "do life,” deepen relationships, and grow in her Christian walk.
Amy and Melanie will be using Proverbs 31 Ministry-Lisa TerKeurst's devotional book called, When Strong Moms Feel Quite Weak to target the following:
Do you ever catch yourself thinking, “I’m a terrible mom, I just can't seem to get it all together. I am exhausted!" YOU'RE NOT ALONE! Why? Because every mom has felt weak. Every mom has felt like they aren't good enough, smart enough, or strong enough to be a mom. But remember, God has picked YOU to be the mom your kids desperately need.
Come join them for "staying in the lane" with other moms who need to regain strength, declaring powerful, spiritual growth with other moms!
Who: Women only
When: Fridays 12:00pm
Where: CCC The Shed
*No childcare provided