Welcome to Rear.Release.Regroup!
My name is Ruthie Gray and I’m a mom, just like you.
God brought me through the years of parenting with one thought uppermost in my mind: Motherhood is my Mission.
I set out to grow my kids to become independent, responsible, God and parenting-loving adults.
And I’m happy to tell you today, that I accomplished my goal.
Moms like you are looking for how to do that. And I’m here to equip you to be the best parent you can be.
As a mom mentor here at Rear.Release.Regroup. you will receive parenting advice, encouragement in your walk with Christ, marriage tips, and much more.
I recently released my ebook on overcoming mommy anger called, Count to Nine; 9 Liberating Steps for Mom Anger and Frustration. Moms are gaining tremendous wins through implementing the Biblical tactics in this book! You can read about it here.
Are you ready to find out how to raise your kids well? Sign up here for answers. For starters, you will receive my Top Ten Tips to Rearing a Confident Young Man, 6 Powerful Scripture Prayers for the Overwhelmed Mom, 5 Secret Strategies for a Thriving Marriage, and my newest booklet, The Marriage and Boundaries Pack.
As always, feel free to message me here with any questions about parenting or my blog. I’m a mom of four and Gigi to two, so chances are, I’ve got your answer! 🙂
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Can’t control your temper?
In Count to Nine, moms discover a Scripturally sound, methodical approach for taming the temper. Ruthie Gray, mother of four and grandparent of two, gently guides frazzled mothers of all ages toward God’s Word, His view on anger, and the nine steps to overcoming wrath.
In this ebook, you will learn
*The surprising reasons behind your anger
*The mind-blowing truth of God’s view on anger
*One eye-opening tactic for changing your reactions
*How the staggering power of unbelief can keep you from change
*How to triumph through one key attitude adjustment
*How to gain victory over a life-long stronghold
*And much, much more!
The author, Ruthie Gray, transparently shares her own motherhood struggles, instantly connecting with moms through her “been there” approach. Moms will find victory, new hope, and support through this encouraging method of actionable Scripture verses and Scripture prayers.
Dear mom, isn’t it time for you to Count to Nine?
Come join us at MTO (Mom Time Out)
MTO is a closed Facebook group support group for moms in the trenches, tired of reacting to daily conflicts or annoyances in family dynamics with anger or frustration.
At MTO you will find a place to share your story and interact with others who have been there too.
You will find support, encouragement, Scripture Pillars, Goals, and a plan of action for attacking those feelings of overwhelm and frustration.
Click the picture below to fill out the information and join MTO today. The directions will walk you through!
What this blog is about:
Encouragement and advice for moms of littles, middles, teens, and young adults (empty-nesters).
I’m not saying I have it all together. Mostly, I don’t have anything together.
I’ve been married 29
I have four grown children
I’ve been crying for two years with empty nest syndrome (the last kid is perched on the edge)
I’ve struggled with my faith and come out on top (with God’s help)
It all began when…
During my college years, I met my soul mate, Jim, who is the funniest, most dynamic, driven person I’ve ever met.
I grew up a pastor’s daughter, come to know the Lord at a very young age, and grew up with many godly influences in my life. I love the Lord and desire to glorify Him with my life and see others come to know Him and grow in their faith.
I was an only child with three passions:
1. Learning how to play the piano
2. Graduating college with a music degree
3. Cultivating a large family
And so I did. Except if you’re reading this and you have ten kids. Then you win.
I LOVED being a mom. I mean I lived for it. It is what I was born to do. Would you look at that? I’m talking like I’m no longer a mom.
It’s just different now, but I’m still very much needed, I’m finding! Which is encouraging because I kinda like the title.
My kids are ages 27 (girl), 25 (boy), 22 (girl), and 20 (girl).
Sawyer is my 3-year-old grandson (the Tiny Tornado), and his baby sister, Baby Cakes!
I’m also the main caregiver for my parents, who have health issues, and live in an apartment adjoining my home. We love having them close so we can keep an eye on them (make sure they’re behavin’).
How often do I post on my blog?
1-2 times per week. You will usually only receive one email from me, containing the posts of the week. Sometimes two, and mayyyyybe three if I’ve got a little something up my sleeve I’m just dying to share with another mother!
Subscribe here in order to get the inside scoop! With subscription, you will receive my Top Ten Tips to rearing a confident young man, 5 Key Strategies to keep your marriage thriving, 6 Scripture Prayers for the Overwhelmed Mom, and What Scripture says about boundaries and divorce in an unhealthy marriage.
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Anchor verse for this blog
Before you go, let me share with you my verse for the year, Proverbs 31:25:
Strength and dignity are her clothing, and she laughs at the time to come. (Italics mine).
This verse means a whole lot to me right now at this time in my life. I’m learning to let go my children and entrust them to God, now that they are out from under my care. I don’t want to worry my life away, concerned with potential scenarios.
I want to laugh at the time to come.
What about you? Are you enjoying life as it comes, or are you worried about the next thing around the bend?
Let’s learn together to live in the present, and savor the moments. Because parenting is hard, but so rewarding.
We don’t want to look back someday and realize we wasted our time with our kids worrying or fretting when we could have been capturing the joy.
So c’mon, girlfriend! We’re in this together. Let’s Rear, Release, and Regroup!