While Tracey Eyster says she doesn’t like to take herself too seriously, she is incredibly earnest when it comes to coaching women to be relational, intentional and selfless in their homes and communities. Married to Bill for 27 years and the mother of two, Tracey is the Founder and Creator of MomLife Today where millions of moms have gathered together from every stage of life to find encouragement and community.
Tracey is also the Founder and Creator of the MomLife Boot Camp events at Pine Cove Christian Camps. This weekend getaway provides an opportunity for moms to take a respite from their everyday responsibilities and find refreshment for their journey through worship, teaching, outdoor fun and fellowship.
A self-described, “bubble-blower, dust bunny-gatherer and fun-implementer” Tracey is the author of Be the Mom, in which she shares advice on how to avoid what she describes as the seven most common “mom traps.” She’s been a guest on the Focus on the Family broadcast, FamilyLife Today and co-Host of Encouragement Cafe radio. (Have a listen here.)
Tracey is excited about her most recent project with LifeWay – a six week Bible Study just for moms titled Beautiful Mess – Motherhood for Every Moment, which was released in partnership with the Erwin Brothers movie Moms’ Night Out! Beautiful Mess allows moms to ponder who God created them to be as moms and consider His truths regarding the all important role of motherhood. Tracey hopes you’ll reach out to some other moms and explore your own Beautiful Mess. (Contact Tracey about joining your group discussion one week!)
She has traveled across the country and around the world teaching and volunteering. She has been a speaker and emcee at multiple events across the country.
Tracey has written for Cru (formally known as Campus Crusade for Christ), FamilyLife, Thriving Family magazine, Christian Coaching Today, Family Matters, Christian Work At Home Mom, and many blogs. She sharing life and gaining insights through her video interviews which are featured on several on-line communities. In these videos, she’s been joined by Kay Arthur, Dr. Meg Meeker, Priscilla Shirer, and Dannah Gresh, among many others.
Tracey is happiest when her farm house is full of family and friends and her table is spread with homemade, southern comfort food. She enjoys hiking and horseback riding with her family on their horse farm in central Kentucky.