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Common Speaking Environments

  • Parents: PTA meetings, small groups, Sunday school classes, parent gatherings, Sex Advisory committee meetings, Sex Education Curriculum parent meetings.
  • Students: 7-10th grade students in public school, private school, and youth group/small group/church environments.
  • Events: Ladies retreats, Pregnancy Center's continuing education,Pregnancy Center's National Affiliate trainings.
  • Teachers: Health teachers (6th - 9th grade) pre-planning and in service training.
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Training Settings:

  • Pre-planning
  • In-service
  • Continuing Ed

Focus Groups:

  • Teachers
  • School Nurses
  • School Social Workers
  • School Psychologist
  • Guidance Counselors
  • PTA 

Talli Moellering has spent several years of her professional life training teachers in the private and public schools on how to dramatically deliver the message of healthy relationships to the students in the classroom setting.  Talli presents from a medically accurate perspective and does a great job delivering the message to educators.

Training topics can include but are not limited to:

  • The whole person approach to sexuality: teaching the physical, social, psychological, financial and health gains to be realized by teens not engaging in sexual activity
  • How to handle the tough topics: pornography, masturbation, “technical” virginity
  • How to assist teens to not engage in teen sexual activity (the only certain way to eliminate the risks of unplanned pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and other associated health problems.)
  • How to confront the issue of sex in our media within the classroom setting
  • Interactive suggestions on how to educate teens to recognize and combat peer pressure situations
  • How to promote the value of marriage and family
  • How to help young people reject sexual advances and how alcohol and drug use increases vulnerability to teen sexual activity 
  • How to teach teens the importance of taking responsibility for the choices they make.   

Fees are based on the training setting. Details and target areas for the training need to be discussed during the scheduling of the training.  



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So what are parents saying?

Thank you! It was a great presentation and worth going to. On the way home my wife and I had a meaningful talk about how we will begin to implement some of the concepts to our kids. You are very passionate and it's fun to hear!

AVAILABLE NOW! The Spiritual Side of the Sex Conversation

This is a great resource for parents to process through for assistance with this conversation from Biblical perspective.

The parent training's that I offer are very in-depth. If you've attended one I think you would agree. Due to the intensity of the conversation it's truly not possible for me to fully provide the spiritual or the Biblical components of this message in the allotted time. So, I've created a 13-page PDF that will act as a solid resource for parents to lean into during their everyday conversations with their teens.

Here's a brief description of the topics covered:

  • The Biblical purpose of sex is multifaceted
  • Scripture does not connect sex to guilt
  • Sex is God-ordained and God-given
  • *Our identity is in Christ
  • Sex is good
  • Sex is more than just physical
  • Sex is intimacy
  • What if I've had sex and I'm not married?
  • But sexual sin is so tempting
  • Feelings aren't reliable
  • God wants to bless us
  • God wants us to be spiritually healthy
  • God wants us to be physically healthy
  • God wants us to be emotionally healthy
  • God calls us to show consideration and respect to others
  • God wrote the definition for love
  • God doesn't necessarily remove the consequences
  • God has a perfect plan for our lives
  • God wants us to be Jesus with skin on
  • God places red flags and warning signs in our life for our own good
  • How far can I go?
  • Does saving sex guarantee great sex?
  • God shows us grace
  • We need to pray!
  • We have to talk!

Now, if you know me, you are already laughing, because I used the word brief. As you can see, for those who don't know me, my definition of "brief" might be a little more intense than your definition of brief.

Yes! There is a fee for this resource. It's only $10.00, which is extremely generous.

I do have a copyright on this material so please honor me and my time developing it. Please don't make copies, distribute it, email it to a friend, give it to your Bible study group, or use these concepts without giving recognition to the source.

When you purchase it, and I hope you will, and you find it's valuable, and I hope you will, and you want to share it with others, and I hope you do, please provide them with this link to purchase it. Your referrals are greatly appreciated.

Positive or Negative peer pressure...

Peer Pressure

Which one do your teens
experience on a daily basis?