Mandy Groot

Mandy Groot

Springfield, MO

Mandy passionately believes in the importance of mentoring girls and future generations. She and her husband, Tom, served as ministry leaders in Ohio for over 20 years, where most recently, Mandy served as the district director for Ohio Girls Ministries. In January 2015, she became national Girls Ministries director. Her heart is to equip leaders and direct churches to resources that help reach girls in their community for Jesus.

Mandy and Tom have been happily married for 20 years and are blessed with three incredible boys.

What Every Mom Should Tell Her Kids

A mom has the ability to nurture her kids through words, acts, and care. She is often the main person who brings unity and structure to the family. Her words are held in high regard and often repeated. Mandy Groot gives four great pointers on what every mom should tell her kids.

3 Simple Steps to Confident, Praying Kids

This is the first in a series of eight articles on the 8 Goals of Children’s Ministries. The following focuses on “Powerful in Prayer.” Because of the importance of being intentional in teaching and modeling prayer for children, this article offers three simple steps that will help build confident, praying kids: present, participate, and provide.

7 Ways to Honor Others

During the business that comes with Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year, it’s important that we demonstrate how we can show love and honor to others. This time of year should inspire giving. Take some time to provide ideas to your girls about ways they can show honor for others. Romans 12:10 tells us, “Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves” (NIV). An All Star Girl is a girl who honors others.

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