North Carolina Moms in the Making Groups
Belmont, North Carolina
Lauren Hoehn leads our Belmont, North Carolina group which meets at 4pm on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month. Lauren and her husband have been trying to grow their family for 4.5 years. Lauren is a middle school montessori teacher and enjoys swimming in her free time. She decided to become a leader because this ministry has helped heal her heart, grow and strengthen her relationship with Jesus and connect with a community of women who have walked the same road and she felt God’s calling to step into a leadership role.
Dunn, North Carolina
Amanda Jernigan leads our Dunn, North Carolina group which meets at 6:30pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. Amanda and her husband have pursued their journey through fostering and adopting and now have finalized adoption with 3 of their 4 children. They are also continuing to believe for a baby to grow in her womb. Amanda is a preschool teacher who enjoys spending time at the beach, traveling and having quiet time. She decided to become a leader to share the love she received while going through infertility. She wants to be able to reach out and help others going through the same.
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Victoria Wilson co-leads our Fayetteville, North Carolina group which meets on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month at 6-8pm EST. Victoria is a realtor who enjoys golf and cooking. She and her husband are currently trying to grow their family. She decided to become a leader because her life has been forever changed because of this ministry. After the conference, Victoria felt called to lead and knew that it was her duty to be obedient to the Lord. She wants to glorify Him for all the days of her life and this is one of the many ways she wants to do that.
Megan McMillen co-leads our Fayetteville, North Carolina group which meets on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month at 6-8pm EST. Megan is a career development coordinator for Cumberland County Schools and enjoys crafting, trail riding and baking. She decided to become a leader because she wanted her area to have a local group and she wants to give back to a ministry that has given her so much.
Garner, North Carolina
Ashley Tuttle leads the Garner, North Carolina group which meets from 9am on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month. Ashley works as a pediatric nurse practitioner. She and her husband have been married since 2015 and are pursuing IVF to try to grow their family. She is excited to encourage women in her area to prioritize Jesus over everything else.
Hickory, North Carolina
Rachel Ratledge leads our Hickory, North Carolina group which meets at 7pm on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month. Rachel works as an Account Executive for Yelp and has 2 dogs and one cat. She is currently pregnant with their rainbow baby boy who is due in January. After being on the receiving end of our support team letters and then joining the support team herself, Rachel knew she wanted to do more. She is excited to see what God does as the ladies in her group join together to support each other.
Mooresville, North Carolina
Katie Kreamer leads our Mooresville, North Carolina group which meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month at 7-9 EST. Katie is a homemaker and Etsy crafter who enjoys knitting, reading, cooking and spending time with her husband and fur babies. She and her husband have been trying to grow their family since 2007 and have placed their trust in God as they continue to wait. Katie decided to become a leader because she wants to walk with other women through the journey of infertility while pursuing Jesus together.
Wilson, North Carolina
Regina Stafford leads our Wilson, North Carolina group which meets at 6:30pm the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month. Regina and her husband started trying to conceive in 2011. After a season of praying, trusting, and going through many appointments/medications/doctors, after 3 IUIs, she became pregnant with a miracle baby and is due September 2022. Regina is a secondary math and science teacher who enjoys walking, playing music, and reading in her free time. She decided to become a leader because this ministry has supported her in her darkest moments and she wants to share hope through Jesus with other women walking through infertility.