Due to the freezing cold temperatures and blizzard conditions MOPS has been cancelled for this Thursday, February 3rd! Please spread the word to your MOPS discussion group and MOPS friends. We will send out information about this months play date and other announcements at a later date. Thank you. Stay inside, stay warm, and stay safe!
Join us this Thursday January 6th at First Baptist Church of Ozark for our monthly MOPS meeting!
We will have our monthly breakfast buffet, prizes, awards, a wonderful guest speaker and drum roll please....the favorite activities of all of our moms....the Women's Clothing Swap!
Our Activity this month is the Women's Clothing Swap. Please bring a laundry basket or trash bag full of clean, gently used clothing. It can be any size from XS- XXL including maternity clothes if you wish. You can also bring shoes, purses and accessories. Remember it is only womens clothes...no kids clothes or mens clothes.
DON'T forget you will need to RSVP for the meeting. Please let us know if you are or are not coming and what children you are bringing with you. You can let your discussion group leader know, RSVP on our Facebook page, or contact Chrissy at email@example.com
This helps SO much so that we can insure childcare volunteers. THANKS! See you Thursday!
Our December MOPS meeting was an emotional, inspirational meeting. We enjoyed a huge breakfast buffet, our annual cookie exchange and a very touching, inspirational guest speaker, Laurie Stanley.
Laurie shared about the Gift of her son, Hayden.
During spring break of Hayden's 8th grade year, he traveled toWashington D.C. with fellow classmates and his father. He spent an amazing week viewing our nation's capitol and was thrilled to visit historic landmarks. Two days after his return, Hayden was hit by a teen driver on March 31st, 2007. Hayden was hit in front of his own house while standing within 3 feet of the curb. The teen driver wasn't paying attention, was speeding, and didn't see Hayden until it was too late. Hayden was drug under the car for nearly 50 feet, remaining trapped underneath the radiator support. Upon impact Hayden was knocked unconscious and has remained in a coma since that day due to a traumatic brain injury. He has shown amazing strength and is overcoming tremendous odds daily. Initially he was given less than a 1% chance of surviving, it has now been 3 years since the accident. Our merciful God in heaven blessed us with the miracle of saving Hayden's life; we now pray and await the miracle of Hayden waking up. Your faithfulness in prayer for Hayden is always a blessing and we are eternally grateful.
If you would like to read more about Hayden click HERE. Please keep praying for a full recovery for Hayden and for his family.
Laurie sharing about her "Superman", Hayden
Don't forget our January Meeting is the 1st Thursday in January from 8:50 am until 11:15! It is the famous Clothing Swap so don't forget to bring a laundry basket or bag full of gently-used clean womens clothing, shoes, belts, purses, and accessories.
Join us this Thursday November 4th at FBCO for our November meeting. Arrive at 8:50 to drop off your children in childcare and sign up before 9am for the early bird prize. We will have an inspirational guest speaker, Dawn Funderburk to share about her experiences as a mom. There will also be a full breakfast buffet, prizes, awards, announcements, discussion group, and an awesome craft.
We will also be handing out the MOPS picture directories so you won't want to miss out. See you there. Oh yeah...DO NOT FORGET TO RSVP your children for childcare. We have to know who is coming so that we have enough childcare workers. THANK YOU!