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...
Are you in a season that finds your kids headed to college? Maybe you want to connect with other moms whose kids are at college? Check out what Angela Foster has to say about M.O.C.A.
Whether your season is with your high school senior or your graduate student or anything in between, know that the LORD has a hope and a future in mind for you and yours.
Our MOCA group resumed its meetings a few weeks ago, and today we met back at my house. After busy schedules with school, sports, jobs, and weekend outings, the house was neglected; thankfully, a Sunday evening half-hour by my husband and younger sons was a great blessing as they helped prepare the home to host [...]
Our MOCA group typically doesn’t meet in the summers, but we do keep up on our secret FB group. It’s a place for student and family updates, for prayer requests, and for that necessary communication that keeps us networking while school is not in session. We met the other day for just that purpose. [...]
Every other Monday morning at 9am, the MOCA Moms in Wiesbaden met in a home to pray for their young adult “children.” Coffee or tea was served, and the morning focused on updating each other on the prayer needs and then going before the Lord, lifting up each child by name. We currently have 42 [...]