Other Plans

First Year housing concerns abound as we share prayer requests this time of year at MomsHOOpray and University of Praying Moms. This and other worries consume many of our moms and their student's thoughts and prayers. (for MomsHOOpray Housing Tips, click here) Later on, choosing and declaring a major is, well, a major worry. Or... Continue Reading →

Invaluable

If you are reading this post and have a rising freshman or first year, you have much to be gained by following this link and scrolling through our long list of Move-In Day tips!  Although Move-In Day Tips were originally written for moms of rising UVA "first years" they include many ideas that can also... Continue Reading →

Taking Stock this Summer

It's hot out there.  So sit awhile and reflect on a few things. Take stock of the past year: Sad memories: UVA student, Otto Warmbier, died on June 19.  Sometimes, God does not answer our prayers in the way we hope He will. Yet, we continue to pray. (I appreciate this past post about why we... Continue Reading →

Praying for Our Prodigals

Rejoice with those who rejoice:  MomsHOOpray and University of Praying Moms rejoice with those families experiencing the excitement and celebration of upcoming college graduations, or the anticipation of launching a college freshman in the fall!  Many prayers have preceded these young men and women, and many of these students have fed and grown their faith and will continue... Continue Reading →

Help Us To Pray

"Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering."  Hebrews 13:3 The following is an optional guide for those praying for fourth year UVA student, Otto Warmbier, and his family, as they approach one year since his sentencing to 15 years... Continue Reading →

Crying Out To God

Two unrelated but exceptional ministry blogs, Proverbs 31 and A Slice Of Infinity, landed in my inbox in the past few weeks, both highlighting the writing of author, Esther Fleece. Perhaps her message below will meet you where you are and help you understand it's OK to not be OK. In fact, you have permission to put it all out... Continue Reading →

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