A ministry for mothers of all ages and stages
MomsLIFE is a ministry that runs on the 1st, 3rd Wednesday mornings for the AM group and 2nd and 4th Mondays for the PM group. The ministry as a whole is comprised of mothers of all ages and stages. One of the benefits of belonging to momsLIFE is the fellowship and community that is formed during their times together. These ladies learn about their walk with God, make life-long friendships, and bond with other, local moms. MomsLIFE has members from various local churches as well as ladies that have not found a church home.
“I have met many encouraging women who have become great friends. MomslIFE helped me get more connected in other areas of the church as well, such as attending the women’s retreat and volunteering my time. It has been a blessing!”
Being a part of momsLIFE isn’t just about getting together. It’s a ministry where you can come to serve, acting as the Hands and Feet of Jesus. Our moms have blessed Hope Women’s Center with lunch, collected donated items, and served at Genesis project and Feed My Starving Children together. Many of the moms get together outside of meetings and some have even served on mission trips together. Additionally, if a mom has just given birth or has an injury rendering her unable to provide for her family, momsLIFE sets up Meal-trains for them. This semester alone, beginning in August, momsLIFE has participated in 3 meal-trains. Tina, a leader from momsLIFE AM, says, “Meal-train is not a community need in AM. It’s more of a blessing to our moms in the ministry. We try and reach out… and show them the love of God and how we as a ministry are his hands and feet.” We believe in serving in all capacities, and that all moms matter! The ladies of momsLIFE rally together to support one another, love on one another, and serve one another.
“My husband signed me up for momslIFE because he thinks I’m a hermit and wanted me to meet other women. I started last semester. My husband is a genius and I have made so many friends and truly strengthened my relationship with God.”