About the Author

Robin is the author of For All Who Wander, her relatable memoir about wrestling with doubt that reads much like a conversation with a friend. She's as Southern as sugar-shocked tea, married to her college sweetheart, and has three children. An empty nester with a full life, she's determined to...

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  1. Y’all are adorable in your maxi skirts, sitting there on the sofa with Shauna! Can’t wait to see how God builds community through this study 😀

  2. I have read this book and it’s wonderful. I am really looking forward to doing this study. OH….LOVE your skirts. I have an obsession with maxi skirts and dresses. 🙂

  3. I read parts of Shauna’s ‘Bittersweet’ at the ‘Princeville Hotel’ in Kauai, HI a few years ago while sitting by the Pacific Ocean. Shauna’s book was the only book I took with me. I had just read River Jordan’s ‘Praying for Strangers” and like River’s short chapters, Shauna’s are also

    I’m a guy, I like spending time in the kitchen, enjoy wine, trying new things and ‘Bread and Wine’ is just what I need to be absorbing this summer….

  4. Great content in courage if we keep our eyes on Jesus the prize, He is at work every where and is working He wants us to join Him and make our schedules confirm to His. We read His word, and take it in, pray for direction, and join Him in his work, you just never know who He will have you witness to or just show the love of Christ.
    God bless all you who hold fast to Jesus.

    I do not want my will anymore but His, as it unfolds every day.


  5. Thanks SO much for sending me the book , sent by an angel, Looking forward to the study and being a part of the beautiful body of Christ! Debra

  6. I grew up in PA., my family spent much time around ‘ the table’. I recall a few summer vacation’s at the ‘Jersey Shore’, again around the table. When visiting aunt’s, uncle’s, grandmother’s, grandfather’s, cousin’s; again, around ‘the table’.

    Last Friday night my younger sister, an older sister and four others got together. I brought to their attention how often we met at ‘the table’. That night we ate at my favorite place on the ‘Northshore’ in the Chicagoland area. I told them about the book I’m reading “Bread and Wine and the importance of ‘the table’….

  7. Thanks for the beautiful Cake plate that I won! Was I suppose to get a book too? If so I never received it. I not let me know so that I can order one.


  8. I read the book already, but am behind on the book club because technology has not been agreeing with me lately (phone died, Internet lagging…). Anyhow, it is a fabulous book, and I look forward to re-reading it as soon as my friend gives me back my copy…or else I’ll have to buy another one. 🙂 I’m also looking forward to reading all the books Shauna mentioned because I’m a huge bookworm!