Brooke McGlothlin received her B.S. in Psychology from Virginia Tech (1999) and her Masters in Counseling from Liberty University (2003). She served for over 10 years as Director of Clinical Services in local Pregnancy Care ministry before making the best choice of her life--staying home with her boys. Brooke uses her ministry experience to reach women, writing to bring hope to the messes of life (in the midst of her own messy life).
In 2010, Brooke co-founded The MOB Society, where moms and dads are encouraged and equipped to raise godly men. Her books include Praying for Boys: Asking God for the Things They Need Most (Bethany House, January 2014), Hope for the Weary Mom: Where God Meets You in Your Mess (co-authored with Stacey Thacker from Harvest House), the Hope for the Weary Mom 40 Day Devotional (Harvest House) and How to Control Your Emotions, So They Don't Control You: A Mom's Guide to Overcoming (an ebook).
Brooke has been written devotionals for Proverbs 31 Ministries, Ann Voskamp's A Holy Experience, and has been a featured blogger for LifeWay's ParentLife blog, with a featured article on raising hard-to-handle boys in LifeWay's ParentLife magazine in September 2013.
A normal day finds Brooke homeschooling her two boys, wrangling two large Labs, Toby and Siri, and falling more and more in love with the man she's had a crush on since the third grade (who just happens to be her husband). She enjoys playing hard with her boys, searching for beauty through photography, and serving on the Board of Directors for Blue Ridge Women's Center, a local Pregnancy Care Ministry. Follow her on Twitter as @BrookeWrites.