Everyone is worried about girls today – and with good reason.
Besides their epidemic levels of anxiety, depression, and loneliness, today’s girls struggle in their friendships, measure their self-worth against Instagram, and feel the weight of a world that sets unrealistically high expectations. For moms raising daughters, big questions have emerged: How can we help them thrive? How can we offer wisdom, calm, and strength as they face unprecedented challenges – and point them to the God who created them for this moment in time?
In the Girl Mom podcast, Kari Kampakis, a mom of 4 girls (3 teens and 1 pre-teen) and author of 3 books, unites women who aim to be strong mothers raising empowered daughters. Addressing the most prominent modern-day issues, Kari helps mothers feel less alone, more encouraged, and more equipped to unleash the potential inside their mother-daughter relationships.
Launched in 2020, the Girl Mom podcast is for mothers, fathers, mentors, church leaders, and anyone who cares about this next generation. A mother’s love, channeled correctly, is a powerful force for good, and with help from God and a village mentality, girl moms can ignite the unity that’s needed to love, guide, and protect today’s girls – teaching them how to stand on their own two feet and handle the harsh realities of life through the comforting lens of truth, joy, and hope.