Contact Teresa to have her speak to club or organization about motherhood.  Teresa also speaks to students, teachers, parent/teacher organizations and administrators at schools, as well as youth groups at churches. 
You can read a "testimonial" letter from a happy client HERE.

Below are a list of possible topics:

Speeches for Moms

My Daughter's Eyes

A mother/daughter speech about the special bond between mothers and daughters.
The ups and downs of
raising girls (mostly ups!)

Things My Sons Have Taught Me
This talk uses the five senses to explore the "life lessons" that only boys can teach their mothers.

Double Trouble
Having twins (or multiples) is a blessing but it also presents its own special challenges. This speech shares
what I've learned over the years from my identical twin boys.

Speeches For Educators:

Teachers are Super-Heroes
Do you know teachers who are tired or stressed? Maybe a better question would be do you know any teachers
who aren't? Charge up your teacher's batteries and make them "Faster than a speeding parent who is late for a ballgame! More powerful than an over-night laxative! Able to leap a four foot desk in a single bound! -Make them Super-Teachers!" This speech offers advice to new teachers, encouragement to veteran teachers, and
motivation to all teachers! 

My Crazy Classroom: True stories from the trenches of my classroom
If it could happen in a classroom it happened to me. A student backed up to a heater and caught her too-tight
jeans on fire. The air conditioner fell out of the wall during sixth period, but hey, it woke them all up! A family of
mice moved into my classroom, then into my desk and ate my final exams! Believe it or not, there's more.

Speeches for Kids 
(Speech can be altered to be age appropriate)

Things Your Momma Should Have Told You

Having five kids often made it seem like I was everybody's momma, but I'm not. Still there are lots of things that most mothers pass along to their children. Things like: put on a pair of clean underwear every day, you never know
when you might have a wreck and you don't want the Emergency Room people to see you with dirty underwear
on. And then there are those other important things, the ones I call "5 Things Every Kid Should Hear Every Day"
 - You are unique. You are not alone. There is always help and hope. You have a future. You are loved. Every
kid should hear these things, but do they? This speech mixes funny things your mother should have told you
with the "5 Essential Things" every child should be told every day.

Don't Tell Me Why You Can't, Tell Me How You Can
A speech about real people who overcame obstacles and achieved success. After giving some examples then
I relate what all these people had in common. They were positive thinkers who weren't afraid to dream big and
work for what they wanted. They made wise choices and when they made a mistake, they weren't afraid to
admit and try something else. And most important of all, they didn't give up.  

Speeches For Christian Women
Seasons of our lives (Presentation may include an on-site example of a hot flash by the speaker!)
Spring and summer are busy hectic seasons so we don't spend much time thinking about the fall and winter of
our lives, but maybe we should. This speech takes a sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant look at the
four seasons and what God has promised us about each of them.

Her children called her "blessed". Mine just call me Momma
A look at the Proverbs 31 woman and all she accomplished, plus some goal setting and leadership training
based on her example.

The Heart of a Woman
The Bible gives us many examples of a healthy heart. This speech explores characteristics of a healthy heart
and how to get them and keep them!

Past comments on Teresa's speeches can be read HERE
Interested in having Teresa speak at your church, function, or in your classroom?  Use the CONTACT page to send Teresa a note, and she'll be in touch soon!


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