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.
As you pray about our theme scripture focus this weekend, ask yourselves some questions to help resolve the focus statements to one that best fits... - Does it accurately reflect the focus and context of the scripture we have selected? - What is the full purpose of this theme/vision? (The PWOC overall vision is the 4 AIMs. Consider the purpose of this theme within the 4 AIMS). - How does it focus us to what really matters? - How does it offer clarity?
We are narrowing the Vision/Theme Focus down from 19 to 3. Then, we will narrow it down to our top pick. You can choose until Friday morning, April 7, 2017. Tagline and graphic come soon after that.
We've chosen 2 Peter 1:3-9 as the scripture that reflects God's calling to us as it pertains to the needs in our PWOCs and communities.
What are you wearing on your PWOC T-Shirt? Are you creating your own designs?
Theme Scripture “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.” Romans 12:2 (NIV) Theme Focus Teach the Truth of God through [...]
Join Ginger Harrington in discussing March's leadership trait about Peace. We are identified as leaders with the risen and enthroned Lord Jesus mentioned in Colossians 3. We’re told to put off the old and put on the new. What we do is not nearly as important as how we lead in those things. Consider these character traits [...]
A Grace snippet for families. How well is your family flourishing? What steps can you take in your own relationship with the Lord Christ Jesus that will directly impact how your family knows God?
Ladies, Check out our P.C.O.C. page under Children's ministry. We've added a few teens ministries that might be helpful. Check back for more from time to time.