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. From chapter 17, I was left with the idea that intercessory prayer is one way that we love others. This quote on page 201 is underlined in my book: “…I suggest that you begin by praying for an increase in your love for others.”

    From chapter 18, I loved what he shared about “looking ahead” on page 214: “Thank you, Jesus, that we have seen and what we have said is the way it is going to be, Amen.”

    • Lyli,

      I sensed a fair amount of conviction in Ch. 17; I just don’t love others ABUNDANTLY. I pick and choose and sometimes justify distance. Praying for others draws us in, though, doesn’t it?

  2. After watching the discussion, I realized many of the points or quotes brought up by the ladies were also thoughts that were highlighted in my book. I love that Intercessory Prayer is seen as both an obligation and privilege. It’s a gift that we are able to pray on the behalf of others, but also part of our duty as Christians. I also loved Julie’s notecard idea. I have just now started writing a prayer list to refer to during prayer time (just since starting this book!) and I see this idea as another way to keep it all organized so that no one is forgotten!

    • Christina,

      It’s comments like this–to discover that a reader is making the most of her time in this study, moving to ACTION–that bless my socks off! Thank you for sharing!!