“Mom guilt” has likely always existed, but it is particularly ubiquitous in our day and age. As we live our lives online, we see up close what other moms do with their kids—and we are prone to compare. In a culture full of loud voices and opinions, we are overwhelmed with ideas for how best to mother—and prone to feel like we are failing. It seems like each new season of our children’s lives becomes a new occasion to feel guilty about our mothering. How can we understand feelings of mom guilt? How does Scripture help us sort through our hearts, and what godly responses should we aim for amidst this experience? This breakout will explore these matters, and provide practical help and hope for moms and those who minister to moms (including how husbands can help!).