Rich and Maggie Troyer have traveled the country and Europe as Motivational speakers, challenging their audiences, bringing hope and dignity to today’s generation of teens and adults alike. For the past seven years Rich has been the director of The Center For Responsible Thinking, an initiative of a social service agency serving the state of Indiana. Using his experience as a Prevention Specialist, he and Maggie team up to communicate hard truths with teenagers and adults from all walks of life. There passion to see individuals making healthy choices is fueled by their own past, bringing the hope of a bright future to their audiences no matter what the circumstances.
Having been married for twenty six years, walking through the difficult times of cancer treatment and survival, Rich and Maggie’s lives remain an example of strength and courage in the face of adversity. Audiences will walk away understanding the grace that individuals can share with one another and the fortitude that can be exercised when one’s focus remains on faith, life goals and commitment to each other.
Topics of their Message include but are not limited to:
- Dating Violence and Respect For The Opposite Sex
- Bullying and Respect for the Other Person
- Teen Pregnancy and the Consequences
- Drugs and Alcohol and their Affect on Relationships
- Facing Terminal Illness
- The Care-Giver Commitment
The message delivered by Rich and Maggie often addresses several of the topics listed above. However, their message can be tailored to specific needs of an audience as requested. Done in a creative and interactive format, their communication with the listener is captivating. It is done strategically to expose the destruction caused by at-risk living and replacing self-destruction with good decision-making skills which result in positive relationships, hope and a bright future.
The Troyers have shared their story on college campuses, high schools, conferences, outreach banquet groups, churches, youth groups, high and medium security prisons, and juvenile detention centers. If you are interested in having them come to your group or assembly, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.