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. Robin, this right here, YES! perfect and true. I feel like your article sums up the kind of life God wants us to live.
    Amen and Amen!

  2. Thank you Robin. Beautiful story and reminder as I sit in my home office looking outside, thanking God and drinking my coffee.
    Have a wonderful blessed day sisters \0/

  3. Robin,
    This is like tulips blooming on a winter day. I will be pondering these words, listening for the prompting of the Holy Spirit and be still before the Lord.
    Thank you dear one. Stay close to the prompting!

  4. Robin so well said in today’s reading the way you said it. They go hand in hand in prayer and intention should
    be for us wanting to pray for someone and show them the love of Jesus. Like you did. As when we look at it Jesus always prayers for us show his love to us hand in hand. We have wonderful Sisters in Jesus that we can pray for and show Jesus love to. As prayer never goes astray in people’s lives. Showing them the love of Jesus in a nice way not to put them of. Especially if not saved. Telling them we are praying for them if get the chance. Showing them the Love of Jesus by the way we live our lives for Jesus as he would want us to live them for him especially if not saved in front of the unsaved. Love today’s reading. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little

  5. So many encouraging nuggets of truth in this post, but this one shone brightest to me: “… we can never age out of sharing the love of Christ.”

  6. Robin,

    Jesus says those who have been forgiven much love much, but those who have been forgiven little love little. It shows up in they way you treat people. When I dwell on the fact that Jesus left the splendor of Heaven to come to broken Earth & die my death-I can’t help but want to do loving things for others.

    Most Fridays I volunteer with Loaves & Fishes Food bank. You will find me washing dishes, putting meals together, handing out meals, assisting in food box distribution-whatever needs to be done. Once a month my church cooks for Recovery Soldiers-an a Christian addiction recovery program. I try to bring something each time. Also try to buy needed supplies for them. This past Christmas I picked 3 senior angels off the angel tree. They received the items on their list plus some hand lotion. Simply trying to make their Christmas a little more special. Also want to hear these words from Jesus “Well done thou good & faithful servant.”

    Blessings 🙂