27 January 2010

Personal Touch-Saren Eyre Loosli, The Power of Moms

In today's issue of Neighborhood News, Rebecca Cressman presents our Personal Touch guest interview with Saren Eyre Loosli. Saren, a mother of five, is the mom behind the growing online community for mothers, The Power of Moms. Learn what contributions Saren and other remarkable mothers made to The Power of Moms that have enriched this site to become an incredible and continually growing resource for mothers.

Lori Conger, author, educator, and mother of four, inspires mothers in her article, "If I Had My Life to Live Over..." to make the most of each moment Read and find out what Lori's biggest goal is that drives her to make each day of motherhood memorable.

Stephanie, author of Diapers and Divinity, writes in her post about her "light bulb moment" that helped her to better recognize the majesty in motherhood. Enjoy her down-to-earth account of how she is able to better recognize Jesus Christ in her life, even her laundry.

Mona, from Mona's Musings, reflects on past journal entries from the month of January. Hear from this dear mother as she expresses the bitter sweet of motherhood's changing seasons.

To view Wednesday, January 27th's Neighbohood News in its entirety, click here.

Read and comment on this Conference address given by Elder M. Russell Ballard, "Daughters of God," Ensign, May 2008.

"There is no one perfect way to be a good mother. Each situation is unique. Each mother has different challenges, different skills and abilities, and certainly different children. The choice is different for each mother and each family. Many are able to be "full-time moms," at least during the most formative years of their children's lives, and many others would like to be. Some may have to work part-or full-time; some may work at home; some may divide their lives into periods of home and family and work. What matters is that a mother loves her children deeply and, in keeping with the devotions she has for God and her husband, prioritizes them above all else."

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