Tracey Eyster

Tracey Eyster is the Founder and Executive Director of MomLife Today. Tenacity and a passion for momlife has fueled her relentless pursuit of following God’s call to speak wisdom and truth into the lives of moms through writing and speaking. Tracey is the mom of two, a teen and a 20 year old and her home is regularly full of their friends as she intentionally invests into their lives. She delights in doing video interviews and exploring momlife with all types of moms. Her first book, Be The Mom is available wherever books are sold. Tracey has been a mom since 1993 and she and Bill have been married for 27 years.

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Tracey Says: “Hey – I’m Tracey Eyster, Implementer of Fun and the happily in love wife of Bill! My home is constantly filled with teenagers and college students– and that’s a good thing! My daughter is a Junior in college, my son a High School Senior and each is chasing after God and pursuing their natural bent. You might find us hiking, camping, kayaking, on a horse, a dirt bike, go cart, or four wheeler, but you definitely won’t find us sitting still…for long! Intentional parenting and relationship building are a priority in our home! And for the record – I never met a fresh baked chocolate laced cookie I didn’t like and housework is highly overrated!”

Beautiful Mess

“I am a mess” are words I have uttered more times than I would like to admit. Do you feel me? If you are a mom, of course you feel me! Now the word “mess” conjures up all sorts of Instagram possibilities in a mom’s mind—there’s the flour-all-over-the-living-room mess, the paint-all-over-the-television mess, the pillow-stuffing-all-over-the-bedroom mess, Continue »

Arkansas Hope and Rubble

My heart was pounding as I quickly laced up my shoes, shouting to my son that there was a tornado heading our way. My husband grabbed dirt bike helmets for our protection while my son stripped his bed and placed the mattress in the hallway. Out our west window, we could see a black sky Continue »

Is Motherhood a Burden?

My thoughts lead me down a path that I do not believe I am intended to go, but the path stretches before me and elicits words my sinful heart aches to embrace and my tickled ears long to hear. “I feel so small. I feel completely forgotten.” “I can’t do this. It requires too much.” Continue »

Teaching Biblical Love

Hey Moms, I just got my hands on something that I REALLY want to share with you because it is such an amazing way to have meaningful, intentional conversation around how to love well! It’s called How Do I Love Thee? and it is beautiful, fun, and easy to use with your children. When we Continue »

Alzheimer’s Rescued Me

There have been two dear people in my life who have been diagnosed with the mind-twisting disease of Alzheimer’s. My heart has been seized by grief on more than one occasion when precious memories and the ability to grasp the here and now have been just out of reach in these precious women. Coming face Continue »

What God Wants for Christmas

Do your children have any trouble describing for you what they want for Christmas? I know, ridiculous question. Want to mess with your kid’s mind a little bit? Ask your child, “Hey, what do you think God wants for Christmas?” The answers you will get may be noble and heartfelt, but the real answer can Continue »