"Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable--if anything is excellent or praiseworthy--think about such things." Philippians 4:8
Mamas, do you need an extra dose of joy?
Do you feel burnt out as a mom?
You do not have to keep living life burdened and exhausted!
There is JOY waiting for you!
Join Help Club for Moms and Joy Coach, Tommy Newberry, for a 40-day journey to help you become the joy-filled mom you were created to be!
What you get...
40 Encouraging and motivational daily videos with Tommy Newberry, Joy Coach
Daily Joy Builder Devotional E-Book based on God's Word
Practical ideas to infuse your life and family with the joy of the Lord
Additional inspirational videos with Deb Weakly and the Help Club for Moms team to encourage you specifically as a mom
Access to online Facebook group for more community and discussion with other moms
Daily emails and weekly text messages from Coach Tommy to help you increase your joy
Admittance to 3 exciting Facebook LIVE events with the Help Club for Moms
Tommy Newberry is the New York Times bestselling author of The 4:8 Principle: The Secret to a Joy-Filled Life and creator of this innovative online devotional. Visit Tommy online at tommynewberry.com.
Help Club for Moms is a team of women – real moms - who value authentic, transparent relationships and seek to inspire others to pursue a deeper walk with the Lord and take joy in their family. Visit Help Club for Moms online at helpclubformoms.com.
In 2016, the Help Club for Moms team completed Tommy Newberry’s 40 Day Joy Challenge and were absolutely encouraged and blessed by it. Soon emerged the idea to collaborate on developing a blend of Tommy’s inspiring life coaching and Help Club’s passion for pointing moms to the feet of Jesus!
and Receive 4:8 Tips For Moms as Our Gift
These succinct tips will encourage you with wisdom on how to raise joy-filled teens while cultivating your own joy.
Many moms think strife is the inevitable consequence of having teens but it doesn’t have to be that way.