Item description for How to Start Your Own MomTime by Lisa Whelchel...
Overview Moms burn out because they give and give and give some more! To combat this burnout syndrome common to moms, Lisa Whelchel created Mom Time. Using the experience and practical ideas she used in her own Mom Time, Lisa shares the four ingredients for successful Mom Time--food, faith, friends, and fun. An included DVD explains how any mom can start her own Mom Time. The book is divided into five sections: How to Start a Mom Time Group Faith Time: General Topics for Discussion Conversation Prompts for Creative Correction Recipes Game List
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.6" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2005
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 1589971299 ISBN13 9781589971295
Availability 0 units.
More About Lisa Whelchel
Lisa Whelchel, whose first appearance on "The New Mickey Mouse Club "launched her busy acting career, is best known for her role as Blair on the perennial hit TV show "The Facts of Life. "Now a busy homeschooling mother, speaker, and pastor s wife, she is the author of "Creative Correction, The Facts of Life (and Other Lessons My Father Taught Me) "and "The ADVENTure of Christmas. "Lisa and her husband, Steve Cauble, live in Texas with their three children, Tucker, Haven, and Clancy."
Lisa Whelchel currently resides in Dallas Lantana, in the state of Texas.
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Reviews - What do customers think about How to Start Your Own MomTime?
Not as helpful as expected Feb 1, 2010
I purchased this book to help me get my own MomTime group started and I anticipated finding information on how to do that. There is a basic framework provided, but it's not as specific as I would have liked, especially on ideas for childcare for very young children. Much of the book (23 pages) is filled with recipe ideas for the group - these are complete menus for up to 12 weeks. Several of the other pages are full of topics & questions for discussion - I would find these helpful if starting up a group on my own.
Overall, I didn't find it complete enough to help me start my own group, but others may find the basic framework to be just what they need.