In need of some serious self-care? 
Join MOPS on our online stage May 2-5 for FREE!
Join Mandy Arioto, MOPS president and CEO, as she digs in to what it really means to care for yourself. Mandy speaks with all types of experts: bestselling authors, exercise gurus, musicians, psychologists, celebrities and more, who will help you explore self-care wellness from sex, body image, psychology, anxiety and so much more. 

This incredible event is FREE to you for a limited time, simply by signing up for your FREE ticket to watch on May 2-5. Don’t miss out on this incredible FREE opportunity before it ends after the event and goes into our video vault for paid access only.   

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HOW THE SUMMIT WORKS
1. Reserve your seat and get your FREE ticket today by filling out the above form with your full name and email address.

2. Mark your calendar for May 2-5 and log on during the Summit to watch.
3. Invite friends to join you online or in person (depending on if you want to stay in your pjs or get dressed for this event).

4. Purchase unlimited access to all the Summit videos for just $97 so you can play back your favorites after the Summit ends.
SUMMIT DETAILS
WHEN: May 2 - 5

WHERE: 100% online

WHAT: MOPS Online Summit: Like a Mother
              Serious self-care wellness for moms

WHY: Why not?! It’s about time you did this for you!
FAQs
Who is the event for?
This event is for every mom who has told herself, “I don’t have time for this.” That’s one of the reasons why we’re bringing self-care to you on a digital format so you can make time for this. Watch it in the comforts of your home (um, pjs) and on-demand between life (aka naps, feedings, laundry, carpools). 
How can I watch?
Log on during the Summit to watch without cost, or purchase unlimited access to all Summit videos for $97.
SPEAKERS
Mandy Arioto
Have More Fun with Self-Improvement
Erin Loechner
Self-Care For The Working Mom
READ BIO
Harvey Powers
The Science and Psychology of Stress
READ BIO
Jamie Martin
 Thriving as an Introverted Mom 
JJ Heller
Practical Tips for Self-Care When You’re Feeling Anxious
Ty Pennington
The Importance of Kindness
Ruth Soukup
Do it Scared : 7 Types of Fear that Hold Women Back
Tony and Alisa Dilorenzo
19 Questions for Better Sex
Robin Long
Feeling Strong in Your Body
READ BIO
Sandra Stanley
Sandra Stanley
Finding Breathing Room in a Packed Life
READ BIO
Leeana Tankersely
Leeana Tankersley
How to Get Unstuck and Stop the Bullies in Your Head
Amy Weatherly
Amy Weatherly
Finding Friends and Teaching Kids to Do the Same
SPEAKERS BIOS
Mandy Arioto
Mandy grew up in a home where every Saturday morning after eating breakfast together, her parents would look across the table and tell her brother and her to “go outside and have an adventure, and don’t come back until you do.” This means that she did a lot of really dumb stuff. It also means that from an early age, she was challenged to see possibilities and live in unconventional ways. In a world telling us what we need, Mandy helps us figure out what we want, and then inspires us to do more of that. Mandy is the President and CEO of MOPS International, and has been featured in the USA Today, MSN, FOX News, The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, The New York Times and many other media outlets, Mandy is an internationally sought after commentator, speaker and writer. Her newest book launches with Zondervan April, 2019.
Harvey Powers
Dr. Powers earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 1985 from Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, Oregon. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and an ordained minister. Dr. Powers began his career as associate pastor of an inner city church in Philadelphia after he graduated with a B.S. in Bible from Philadelphia College of Bible in June 1977.

Dr. Powers has worked as a psychologist for several Christian organizations including the Minirith-Meier Clinic in Richardson, Texas and as the assistant director of counseling services at Dallas Theological Seminary. He developed a private practice in 1987 in Garland, Texas. In 1992 he moved to Colorado, establishing People Care Associates, L.L.C. in 1994. Dr. Powers provided psychological services focusing on medical psychology, abuse issue, family problems, marital issues, and personality disorders. He provided professional and corporate training in areas such as conflict resolution, stress management, and effective communication and team development. In 1997 he joined Life Enrichment in Parker, Colorado, as the director of counseling, education and training. Dr. Powers co-founded The Pharos Group in 1999, becoming 
its Executive Director of Leadership Development.

Dr. Powers is on the adjunct faculty of Denver Seminary and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He teaches in the areas of leadership, counseling, organizational development and conflict management.

As the founder of The Redimere Group, Dr. Powers works with individuals and organizational teams, coaching them in effective leadership development. Dr. Powers has authored “The Redemptive Leadership Model” a stage approach for developing transformational and redemptive leaders and organizations. Dr. Powers has a deep understanding of the issues leaders face. He offers leadership intensives targeting key leadership issues, sabbatical planning, individual counseling, crisis intervention and provides leadership and conflict management profiles designed to target individual and team strengths and weaknesses. Dr. Powers is known as an effective communicator speaking widely on a range of marriage, leadership and organizational growth topics.

Erin Loechner
Erin Loechner is founder of award-winning blog Design for Mankind and Other Goose, an online homeschooling community for the early years. A bestselling author, she has presented for renowned international events with clients such as Walt Disney World, IKEA, and Martha Stewart with work showcased in The New York Times, Parenting, Huffington Post, and a two-season HGTV.com web special.
Robin Long
Robin lives and works in sunny Santa Barbara, CA as the founder and CEO of The Balanced Life - a website that provides quick & effective Pilates workouts for busy women. She is a certified Pilates instructor and passionate about creating programs that empower, strengthen, restore and rejuvenate her clients from the inside out. She believes in a guilt-free, balanced approach to health & fitness and is passionate about helping women love and care for their bodies in the midst of busy lives.

Outside of The Balanced Life, Robin can be found chasing her 5-year-old daughter, 3-year-old son, and 8 month old twins, going for runs with her husband, and relaxing on the beach.

Sandra Stanley
Sandra Stanley is a mom of three grown children and the wife of Andy Stanley, founder of North Point Ministries. She's a foster mom with a passion for promoting foster care in the local church. She's an organizing ace, a health nut, and a wannabe gardener with a brownish thumb
Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo
Tony & Alisa believe that a healthy combination of sex, love, and commitment is more than the foundation of a strong marriage… it’s the glue that will keep a marriage together.

It is through this lens that they help time-crunched couples become intentional about their lives and create the marriage that they desire.

They are experienced marriage coaches, podcasters, and the co-authors of the Amazon best seller, 
7 Days of Sex Challenge.

If you want to stop drifting and are ready to take action in your life and marriage, you are in the right place. Let's get started!
More About MOPS
Here at MOPS, we gather and support moms. We believe in the simple but revolutionary idea that remarkable things happen when moms come together, face to face. That’s why we rally women to come together in their own neighborhoods and help each other through this thing called motherhood, one gathering at a time.

Our acronym stands for “Mothers of Preschoolers” because we began in 1973 when a group of moms of young children banded together to share their lives and parenting journeys. Over the past forty-five years, MOPS has expanded our reach to include moms with older kids, partnering with churches and organizations worldwide to equip and encourage moms in more than 60 countries.

If you are expecting or have an infant, toddler or preschooler: Try one of our traditional MOPS groups. Every group offers its own unique feel, so try more than one to see which fits you best. Many groups offer childcare, so you can get a chance to connect with moms, face to face, while your kids are safe and making friends, too. You can join MOPS for just $31.95, but groups may require additional fees to cover expenses, such as childcare. Go here for a list of MOPS groups in your area.

If you have school-age kids: Find the MOMSnext groups meeting in your area. They are designed for moms with older kids who still seek connection and community. Groups typically meet twice a month at a church, but each group can modify the location, schedule and curriculum to meet the needs of the group.

If you want to join a short-term small group: Try our M Collectives, topic-based discussion guides that lead to really meaningful conversations. Gather a few friends and create your own Collective small group. Customize the topic, meeting time and location to fit your needs. Each MOPS Member can download the Participant Guide for FREE, but we recommend each group purchase the Facilitator Guide, which offers keen insight into creating a safe and loving space.
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