God’s joy is perfect, my journey to find it is not.
I’m Jennifer Moses, a proud working mama with three kids and an amazing husband. I love to be creative, finding ways to make my life easier, while trying to be frugal.
My full-time job is in communications with a large research university. Through this job, I am using my science knowledge and love for teaching, to perform community outreach, teaching science to kids of all ages and conducting experiments to get them engaged.
Through all that I have done, I have been called to lead a ministry for Moms and Daughters called Honor|ed. The purpose of our Honor|ed is to support and strengthen the relationships between mothers and daughters. Through our programs and resources, we aim to empower mothers and daughters to communicate effectively, build trust, and develop a deeper understanding of one another, leading to healthier and happier relationships. Our mission is to create a supportive community where mothers and daughters can learn from one another, grow together, and thrive in all aspects of their lives.
I often get asked how I do it all. Honestly, I don’t have an answer for you. Half the time, I am not even sure which way is up, I just go. I try to do what makes me happy and if that means leaving the dust bunnies under the table that drives me crazy, then there they will live. Because of this, my house will never be perfect unless company is coming because then I will spend 3 days (really nights because I work during the day) scrubbing down doorknobs and light switches in anticipation that you might catch me slacking.
I’ve got three kids in three sports, a superbly supportive, extremely funny, slightly crazy husband, and a life with little moments of imperfect joy. We laugh, we cry, we sing (sometimes poorly), we learn, together as a blended family. Our life isn’t perfect, but we are strong, God-fearing, and embody teamwork to make it through any tests that come our way.
I have spent my entire life trying to prove myself whether it be in school, at work, in a marriage, and as a parent. I have loved and lost, succeeded and I have failed, and walked with God and away from him. This path I am on, is not my own. And through this, I have surrendered to God’s will and have chosen to obey Him with every keystroke I type and meeting I conduct.
This journey will have ups and downs, triumphs and failures, but through it all, I will serve Him and find my Imperfect Joy.