Tricia Goyer and Tracey Eyster to host “Lead, Momma, Lead!” Webcast April 16

Tricia Goyer and Tracey Eyster, both Tyndale authors, will host a live Facebook webcast on April 16 at 8:00 PM EDT—discussing the ways in which moms are leaders, and how they can improve their skills. Tricia (Lead Your Family Like Jesus, March 2013) and Tracey (Be the Mom, August 2012) are both active contributors on

Tricia and Tracey will address the obstacles and joys of leading, share personal success stories, and offer practical tips for leadership as moms. They will also host a Q & A for participants to pose questions.

The webcast will be hosted on Tricia Goyer’s Facebook page or for those not on Facebook, the webcast will also be available at on the Litfuse Publicity Group website. Participants can RSVP for the event ahead of time by signing up for a reminder on the webpage.

Tricia Goyer, along with Ken Blanchard and Phil Hodges, recently released Lead Your Family Like Jesus, which helps parents see themselves as life-changers who get their example, strength, and joy from following the example of Jesus at home. Tricia is the author of over 30 books and has been published in many national publications such as Focus on the Family’s Thriving Family, Today's Christian Woman, and HomeLife magazine. She has won numerous awards and has been nominated for both the Gold Medallion Book Award and Christy Award. Tricia is a highly sought after speaker at workshops and conferences and is the founder of Hope Pregnancy Ministries in Northwestern Montana. Tricia is married to the love of her life, John, and they have six great kids. They live in Little Rock, Arkansas, where John works for FamilyLife.

Tracey Eyster released Be the Mom in August 2012. Tracey is a wife, mom, and social media guru who is passionate about motherhood and speaking truth and wisdom into the lives of moms. As the creator and editor of, Tracey’s media and writing skills have allowed her to speak into the lives of mothers around the world, connecting with them where they are congregating—online. In her experience as a mom, Tracey has identified several traps that can ensnare mothers and overwhelm then. Her first book, Be the Mom, identifies these traps and uses Tracey’s personal experience to help moms see the importance of motherhood and survive the day-to-day struggles. She and her husband Bill live with their two teenagers in rural Arkansas. Their home is frequently filled with her kids’ teenage friends as Tracey intentionally pours into their lives.