Oklahoma Moms in the Making Groups

Edmond, Oklahoma

Bethany Browne leads our Edmond, Oklahoma group which meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month at 6-8pm CST. She is a physician assistant who enjoys exercising, hiking, baking, balloon garland greetings, charcuterie and date nights with her husband. Bethany and her husband are currently pursuing IVF to grow their family. She decided to become a leader because she has experienced renewed hope, greater joy and a sweeter relationship with the Lord through this ministry and she wants to encourage other women to know and experience this same hope in the midst of their individual journeys!

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Katelynne Yow leads our Tulsa, Oklahoma group which meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 6:30-8:30pm. She is a nurse practitioner who enjoys organizing, traveling and reading. Her miracle baby, Josie, was born in 2022 via IVF. Katelynne decided to become a leader because she wants to encourage other women and give them hope in a time that can be very challenging and isolating.

Oklahoma Moms Made Groups

Moms Made, an extension of Moms in the Making, is for moms who journeyed through infertility but now have a miracle baby (babies) at home. These groups are reserved specifically for those women who were members of one of our in-person or virtual Moms in the Making support groups. If you are looking for faith-filled support in your new season of motherhood, Moms Made is the group for you.

Edmond, Oklahoma

Cassie Thompson leads our Edmond, Oklahoma Moms Made group which meets on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month at 11am CT. She works as a talent acquisition coordinator at a local hospital and also owns a charcuterie business. In her spare time, she loves writing, reading and singing. After 8 IUIs and 2 rounds of IVF, Cassie gave birth to her miracle baby in 2023. She previously led a Moms in the Making Group but has recently decided to become a Moms Made leader to come alongside other moms who have been affected by infertility as those struggles can affect motherhood.