MOPS International Introduces MomSense: A Common Sense Guide to Mothering. Be the Best Mom You Can Be!
DENVER, CO (July 14, 11) — MOPS International, Mothers of Preschoolers, announces MomSense: A Common Sense Guide to Mothering. Author Jean Blackmer is the Publishing Manger for MOPS International, where she designs books specifically for moms of young children. MomSense, showcases “real mom” stories and offers practical advice for all mothers. Chapters provide thought-provoking “Mama Drama” scenarios and useful resources for study groups.
Practical and hope-filled, MomSense equips moms to mother with confidence, contentment and joy. Life can be overwhelming, but when children become part of the picture, a mom may feel that her life is out of control. In MomSense, Blackmer guides new and experienced moms through the plethora of advice that is available today. MomSense illustrates that moms do not need to seek perfection but rather find their own unique mothering style. Moms who read the book will discover that they already possess the instincts and the ability to think critically to be confident moms and raise confident kids.
MomSense: Everyday Mama Dramas iPad2 Contest
MOMSense readers are encouraged to enter the Everyday Mama Dramas contest to win an iPad2. Moms can submit Mama Drama videos using a scenario from the book. Visit www.MOPS.org/mamadramascontest for more information and official contest rules. Contest runs July 18th through August 19th.
MomSense: Bold, Loving, Sensible
MOPS moms are exploring the theme MomSense: Bold, Loving, Sensible in their MOPS communities right now. The 2011-2012 MOPS Theme, MOMSense, equips moms to embrace their mothering instincts and develop their own parenting style while navigating through the myriad of daily mom decisions. Combining her mom intuition and her common sense helps a woman discover her own unique MomSense. Mom Intuition + Common Sense = MomSense.
Find a Local MOPS Group
There are over 3,000 MOPS groups nationwide ready to welcome more moms to the MOPS community. To find a MOPS group near you, visit MOPS.org. MOPS offers groups for mothers of preschoolers, MOMSnext for mothers of school-age children, Teen MOPS for teen mothers and Military MOPS for military spouses and active duty military moms.
Denver-based MOPS International is a non-profit ministry that creates mothering communities to help “Better Moms Make A Better World.” Moms attend MOPS groups to experience authentic friendship, receive mothering support and grow personally and spiritually. Since 1973, MOPS International has served millions of mothers of preschoolers in thousands of local MOPS groups across the U.S. and in almost 40 countries internationally. MOPS serves moms from all walks of life and exists to encourage, equip and develop every mother to realize her potential as a woman, mother and leader. MOPS is the best in the world at creating authentic communities of growth that invite women into a relationship with Jesus Christ.