Our National Parks: Upholding God's Creation as our American Value

Audrey Peterman is nationally recognized as a leader in the movement to make America’s prized public lands a household word, known and loved by a broad spectrum of our population. Mrs. Peterman and her husband Frank have visited more than 200 of the most scenic and historically significant national parks, forests and wildlife refuges and have spent more than two decades writing, speaking and advocating for their protection. Continue reading

Protecting your kids in Frackland

Patrice Tomcik is the Pennsylvania Field Consultant and the National Oil & Gas Program Coordinator for Moms Clean Air Force. Patrice lives in Butler County about 30 minutes north of Pittsburgh, PA where natural gas development is rampant. Her children go to school ½ mile away from a natural gas well pad and a pipeline that puts 3,200 children’s health and safety at risk.  Continue reading

God, Family, Creation Care, and Putting It All Together

Andrea is a pastor, writer, preacher and mother of four. She is the Director of SACRED ALLIANCE, a new center advancing the gifts of women in ministry and leadership at Wesley Seminary. She also serves the Lausanne Movement, facilitating mentoring relationships for their Younger Leaders global initiative. Andrea has dedicated her ministry to the local church as God’s agent of redemption in the world.  Continue reading

Food Allergies Lead to New Family Lifestyle

Meet Piper Vargas.  She's 35 years old and a rare Orlando, Florida native.  She's been happily married for 6 years and have two amazing boys, Max (4.5) and Diego (almost 2).  She's been a part of MOPs for 4 years and on the leadership team for 3 years in charge of our events and volunteer/service activities.  She's a part time Realtor, full time Mom and enjoys traveling the world and spending time with her family and friends.  She's passionate about her family's health and our environmental impact and her newest addictions are Orange Theory Fitness and weekly meal planning. Continue reading

From Compost to Kitchen Garden to Family Fun Adventure

Meet Kendra Kania. She is a stay-at-home mom with a degree in Hospitality Administration from Florida State University. Kendra and her husband Steve have two children, Kyle and Colette. Kendra serves her community through mentoring and volunteering in the schools in her area. Kendra has served at all three levels: elementary, middle and high school. She is a PTA member for 15 years and  former PTA President and Board Member. She was Executive producer of the Bay City Ballet Nutcracker. She has served on her neighborhood HOA Board and was Volunteer of the Year in 2012 of Curlew Creek Elementary. Continue reading

Being a Mom and an Advocate at the Same Time | EEN Moms Talk Season 1 Episode 2

Laura Burns is a mother from Ohio. She graduated from Oral Roberts University with a degree in biology and a passion for creation. Today, she serves as the Ohio Field Organizer for Moms Clean Air Force, focusing on the health of children in Ohio and advocating for clean air. Laura homeschools her children, plays catch with their three dogs, and enjoys the quiet life of an introvert when she isn’t working. Continue reading

EEN Moms Talk - Mitch Hescox, President of EEN

It's our inaugural podcast! Sometimes we just need to listen to a conversation with our friends or how about some inspiring moms? That's our goal for the EEN Moms Talk podcast, to talk to moms about their paths to caring for God's creation.  For the first podcast though we thought it was important to get to know more about the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN). So our first Episode is a conversation with Mitch Hescox, President of EEN.  Continue reading