National Director

  • Change

    19 June 2014

    Thoughts of change excite our imagination and fill us with possibilities of what could be and yet the decision to make a change is enough to send many of us into a cold sweat, often causing us to live uncomfortably within our comfort zone.

    Why is it that contemplating change makes us nervous and resistant? Maybe it’s the loss of identity, position or relationships we have long cultivated and the lack of confidence in future prospects that keep us from moving on when our heart is calling us to something new.

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  • Preparing for the Future

    12 May 2014

    Preparation.  We all do it. Some of you might be preparing right now – for a new baby, a new house, a change in jobs, a party or for friends to visit. And, depending on what you are preparing for, it can be exciting, joyful, sad, busy, overwhelming, inspirational and sometimes scary.

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  • The Importance of A Legacy

    28 April 2014

    Most states are enjoying School Holidays and an opportunity to take a break from the school lunches, the after school activities and the early morning rising.  I hope it’s been a chance to connect with your kids and enjoy that beautiful weather that only Autumn offers.  

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  • Welcome from the Managing Director

    17 February 2014

    Welcome back, I hope you have all had a lovely break and are rested and ready to face another year. A Special Welcome to our seven new groups, 33 new Coordinators, approximately 100 new leaders and countless new mums and children attending MOPS for the first time. I hope you all love MOPS and have a great year.

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  • Christmas Message from the Managing Director

    09 December 2013

    Shopping takes on a whole new look at this time of year with Christmas decorations, cakes, nuts, mince pies, hams, turkeys and shortbreads all filling the shelves of our supermarkets.  The streets and stores are pleasantly serenading us with carols while the television, and the magazines that fill our letterboxes are encouraging us to purchase things we may never have heard of, but are convincing us they are things our loved ones cannot live without.

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