Tracey Eyster

Tracey Eyster is the Founder and Executive Director of MomLife Today and the annual Mom Camp event help at Pine Cove Christian Camp. Her book Be The Mom, LifeWay Bible Study Beautiful Mess and speaking engagements have allowed her the privilege of speaking into the lives of women sharing what God is teaching her. “Be intentional. Be relational. Be selfless.” In a nutshell, that’s her life and message. Tracey has been a mom since 1993 and she and Bill have been married for over 30 years. | @MomBlog

“God has taught me to delight in Him and forgive myself (and others) as I walk through life seeking peace and living joy! If I’m not writing, you might find me hiking, kayaking, on a horse, in my garden or whipping up love on a plate. Intentional parenting and relationship building have always been a priority in our home! On the farm, everything stops to take in the sunrise and sunset…His workmanship puts a lot into perspective. Oh, and…I never met a fresh baked chocolate laced cookie I didn’t like, housework is highly overrated and daggum it slow down and live life people! Big Hug!”

Motherhood Without Regret

I wasn’t expecting a wave of emotion to overtake me as I read Kelcie’s post on MomLife Today. But here I find myself looking through blurry eyes, filled with tears that are spilling down my cheeks and making tiny wet stains on my shirt. These last several minutes have been spent staring out the window Continue »

Battling Fear

Our thought life is a powerful thing, and when it is filled with feelings of fear and anxiety it can be crippling. Fear can be especially crippling in areas where God is prompting us to act and use our giftings. In general, each of us have areas in our lives where we feel confident. Things Continue »

Labor Day Silly Mom

Happy Labor Day! I encourage you to use this Labor Day as an opportunity to make a fun memory with your children.  Do something out of the ordinary and unexpected—be a silly mom! Prepare flying family flapjacks—don’t serve them on plates, but toss them to the kiddos and they have to catch them with their plates. Continue »

Pushing Children Into Danger

A while back my son was supposed to participate in something that my husband and I thought was really great. Imagine my surprise when he said he didn’t want to go. I pushed back a bit to try to convince him to go. Thankfully we have a close enough relationship that after a bit of prodding he Continue »

Cheap Fun for Children

My children used to spend hours playing together with their favorite toy. Though most would assume it was a major purchase or some extravagant electronic gadget, it was actually a most simplistic and regular household item … only in mass quantity! When my daughter was about a year old, a friend from church told me to start Continue »