Meet the ladies behind Indwelt Women.
Wife to Grant. Mama to Z and Levi (+ 1 on the way!).
Maggie created Indwelt Women in 2016 for busy moms
to find authentic Gospel-centered community and be #FueledByHisTruth.
She believes in the power of the Word of God and hopes to
point fellow mamas to the Light through bite-sized Inductive Bible studies
designed with a mother’s busy season in mind.
Missy grew up in the Midwest, spent several years in the desert and has now landed in East Texas. She is wife to Lucas and mom to E (2014) and L (2015). Missy completed her Masters in Social Work at the University of Iowa and has experience in hospital, school and community social work. She began contributing to Albuquerque Moms Blog and continues to contribute to East Texas Moms Blog. She now works from home as a publication and social media editor for a Midwest manufacturing company. Missy hopes to encourage moms in both the menial, daily tasks of motherhood as well as the sacred role of raising children who love and honor their Creator.
Photo Credit: Callynth Photography based in Tyler TX
Brooke is a Christ follower, wife to Ty, mama to Connor (3 years) and Cooper (1 year), and a native Tennessean turned Texan. Her professional background is in the insurance industry but she is now a stay-at-home mom with a passion for discipling her children. She and her family are members of Southern Oaks Baptist Church in Tyler, Texas. Brooke is an aspiring writer and Bible teacher. She truly believes that changing diapers, wiping noses, and kissing boo boo’s is kingdom work and lives in awe of the overwhelming, unconditional love of Christ.
Whitney is a work-from-home mom of Autumn (4) and Lewis (15 mo) and wife to Robert! She accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior 10 years ago. Accepting Jesus as her Savior has been easy. Accepting Jesus as her Lord has been a bit slower of a process. She is thankful and in awe of the mercy of God towards forgetful and rebellious sinners. A type 4 on the Enneagram and a rebel at heart, living for God is only possible due to the lavish, relentless love of Christ.