Terry Talks is a health curriculum series led by Terry Laura (Health Technical Advisor at Compassion International) that features engaging video presentations and resources on key health topics. Terry Talks are aimed at equipping and encouraging child advocates to learn, build on and put into practice a commitment to health, especially as it relates to children in poverty.
Watch the Terry Talks Video: Learn from Terry Laura as she shares valuable lessons, statistics and practical applications for each health topic.
Download, print and post the Terry Talks Infographic. This designed resource reinforces the key information, statistics and recommended actions shared in each video.
Review the Terry Talks Discussion Guide with others. This supplemental guide is packed with more valuable information on each health topic, as well as discussion questions.
Pay special attention to THE ONE THING. In every Terry Talks edition, you will find a key take-away that Terry calls “The One Thing.” Be sure to note this! It is the critical lesson we want you to receive and share with the churches and children you serve.
Share Terry Talks with others. This health curriculum is intended to be passed along to help equip and encourage all who are committed to improving the health of children in poverty!
Talk to Terry. Terry would love to hear from you about how these resources are working in your context. Please take a moment to fill out this survey so that she can better serve you!
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