Terri Robson’s goal in life is to use her gifts to spread the gospel. When one of her four sons attended Rochester’s FCA football camp, she learned of FCA’s mission and recognized that it perfectly aligned with her personal goal of impacting the world for Christ.
“I love that FCA is about the person, not just about the sport, and that the sport is an avenue for reaching people for the gospel. FCA is an experience that is very different from others where the coach puts the relationship with Christ first. At FCA camp my son felt so much love, and truly cared about for who he was as a person, rather than for what he could do. My husband and I knew we wanted to get involved with this ministry when we saw that,” Robson said.
In addition to their involvement with FCA, for the past seven years Robson and her husband Stephen have hosted a ministry for boys and fathers called Knights on the Hill which focuses on character development and the gospel.
Robson holds a BA in English Literature from University of Rochester. For the past several years she has worked part time in elder care in her community. She and her husband Stephen reside in Mendon with their sons Gideon, Elijah, Emanuel, Samuel. They attend Rochester Reformed Presbyterian church where Robson enjoys teaching Sunday School and is the Director of Christian’s Education Ministry. The family has fun backpacking and playing games together, and Robson enjoys gardening with her husband and reading.