The MOCA Hand-Off Take MOCA with you when you move. Wherever two or three of His own are gathered together, there He is with us! Continue the calling and commitment to pray for your young adult children.
M.O.C.A., A New Year So it’s time. Time for new college classes. For high school to continue. For work schedules. For a routine…and for us that means going back to being a family of three in the reality of our day.
MERRY CHRISTMAS to all the college freshmen and all their families!! Enjoy every moment of your family time and the sweetness of the Savior’s love for you. -M.O.C.A. at the Hub
There's a part of successful parenting that goes beyond what goes on inside your home. There's the passing down of positive childhood memories that carries them into adulthood with secure memories and experiences of their own.
Letters From A M.O.C.A. Mom HE will get us through this. Without Him…we’re just another heap of weeping mothers who left parts of their hearts in other places than the four walls of their homes…
I know other parents of college students are saying goodbye to their young adults soon as well. I know this. I’ve done it three other times. That doesn’t make it an easier this time around.
It’s been a summer of good family time and relaxation. Now the list is heavily underway, knowing that each item is necessary for him to get to his new surroundings with all he needs as a new college student.
What is MOCA? Mothers of College Age, a group of same-season moms who pray together for their college-age children, whether in college, the workforce, the military, typically ages 18-25, plus moms of high school Seniors.
Tis The Season It is a season mainly of transitions…and so here is a Facebook post I wrote yesterday about our most recent graduate and also about the season we are in with another leaving home soon as well as good friends moving…ahh, this season of life…
What do you know about National Collegiate Day Of Prayer? Check out our M.O.C.A. (Mothers of College Age) page on the Hub...