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Mother From Your Worth - Newsletter

We all tend to measure our worth and security through external forms of measurement. But when we do that, we end up with a distorted view of who we are. Tori Hein is a down to earth communicator, coach, and Bible teacher who engages people with her authenticity, humor, and passion. She invites us to consider four words that will help us look realistically at how to mother from our worth.


Become a Table Lead!  

Here are some of the benefits of being a Table Lead:

  • Getting to be more involved in your MomCo community

  • Building stronger relationships with the women around you 

  • Being able to connect on a deeper level with other moms

  • Opportunities to organize get-to-togethers outside of MomCo meetups

  • Learn more about yourself and grow in your faith

Click HERE to fill out our Table Lead questionnaire! Take the leap!


Fri, May 10 at 6:30pm - BUNCO Mom's Night Out @ TJ's House

Join us for our May MNO to play Bunco at TJ's house. We will be meeting at 6:30pm. Please bring a snack/appetizer/dessert to share. $5 buy in (cash or venmo) - there will be prizes! Looking forward to seeing you all for lots of fun playing Bunco. RSVP

Thurs, May 16 at 6:30pm - Meetup 16 "Praise & Pajamas" Combined @ Horizon West

Sat, June 8 at 10:00am - School's Out End of Year Pool Party


VBS registration is OPEN!

Breaker Rock Beach

Kids will be challenged as they discover that God’s truth never changes, everyone needs Jesus, and learn to speak the truth in love. Adventure awaits each day as kids explore tide pools, spot orcas, fly kites, and watch the mighty waves crash up against the immovable Breaker Rock!

Click here for more info 

VBS for Moms!

Fuge Camp (July 8-12)

Super Summer Preteen Camp (July 15-18)

Ark Encounter and Creation Museum (Sept. 24-27)



Please refer to our Google Sheet for your POD assignments and food rotation schedule. When it is your turn to provide food, please put what you will be bringing or if you will be chipping in money to help contribute. If for some reason you cannot make it to the meeting, please drop off your food to someone else in your POD.

See schedule HERE.




  1. What is an expectation you had about mothering that is completely different from reality?

  2. Is there an area of your life in which you feel you are working from insecurity rather than from your worth?

  3. With this area in mind:

  • Consider what you behold. What is your focus?

  • Consider what you believe. What are you thinking?

  • Consider how you behave. How are you acting?

  • Who are you becoming? How is your focus, belief, and behavior affecting your identity?

  1. What area of your life is fueled by criticism? How can you reword criticism so it shows compassion?



Are You a Resilient Mom?

Laurie Jarvis, Executive Leadership Coach

A resilient mom is often seen as one who preserves and handles sleep deprivation and long days like a champ. We may even envision her pushing through days with all her strength, never quitting. We celebrate her efforts thinking that this forward momentum will earn her the title of “Best Mom.”

In reality, this “keep going“ mentality leads to burnout and even resentment in motherhood.

We get it, motherhood will have hard days, mundane days, and even some tragic days. We can expect seasons where we will need to stay steadfast. However, true resilience isn’t just gritting your teeth and getting through. Resilience is recharging so you can protect your mental, physical, and spiritual health, allowing you to be the best mother you can in each season.

Jesus modeled resiliency so well for his daughters. He stopped, rested, recharged, and then pushed through what was in front of him.

But Jesus often withdrew to lonely places and prayed.- Luke 5:16 NIV

Jesus knows you have a huge responsibility to raise up the next generation. Did you know you were never meant to do motherhood without him? He wants you to choose rest. He wants to connect with you. He wants you to recharge, have fun, and depend on him to walk out this beautiful and hard journey with him.

As a mom it may seem impossible to take these moments of respite, but it’s important. Here are some ways to recharge right now:

  1. Put the phone down to get a mental rest

  2. Listen to your favorite playlist while watching your kids

  3. Sleep during nap time

  4. Journal

  5. Schedule a Girls Night Out

  6. Schedule Fun with your kids and leave chores for another day

  7. Take a walk outside

  8. Ask for help

  9. Pray

Remember this excellent advice from the one who modeled rest for us: “Then because so many people were coming and going, they didn’t even have a chance to eat, he said to them, ‘Come with me by yourself to a quiet place and get some rest.’” Mark 6:31 NIV


  1. When was the last time you chose rest?

  2. What is one thing you will do this week to recharge?


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