Real Talk w/Terry (formerly Relationships-411)

About

Author, Talk Show Host & Speaker, Terry Cato is a dynamic faithful woman of God who is a wife, mother, entrepreneur and philanthropist. She is the Host and Executive Producer of Real Talk w/Terry a Bay Area relationship and lifestyle talk show that airs Sundays, 1:00 PM/PT, Comcast 15; and is the Founder and Digital Editor of  Relationships-411 an online community dedicated to healthy relationships and marriages. She has written for Christian and secular relationship blogs and columns.

Terry attended Azusa World Ministries’ Ministry Training Institute and has a diploma in Practical Theology. An avid writer since childhood, she has written poems, essays and song lyrics; her memoir, No Longer A Bridesmaid! was released in 2013. She has been the guest and featured speaker at youth and women’s conferences; founded the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church Angels of Praise dance ministry and served in the capacity of Dance Ministry Leader for five years before she married and changed church membership. For speaking engagements email, booking@terrycato.com; for more about the Author, www.terrycato.com.

Inquire about Bridesmaid Boot Camp and D.I.V.A. Redefined workshops.

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7 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Terry- My name is Robyn Delane and I am editor for Flourish, a Christian Womens Magazine. Carolyn Pierce recommended that I contact you; she spoke very highly of you! If you’re interested in submitting an article to Flourish, please check out our website http://www.flourishliving.com. Look forward to hearing from you!
    Robyn Delane

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