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,
    I signed up. With everything happening in our world right now, we may have more time to read since we will not be going to sporting events, large group gatherings, and even church. I truly enjoyed reading your book on the launch team and I want to try to work it into my schedule again. I may be the girl who didn’t get through this week’s chapter every so often…but I will give it my best shot.
    Blessings,
    Bev xx

    • It’ll be one of the easiest, funnest book clubs you’ve ever taken part in :). SO GLAD you’ll be following….DO let me know your thoughts?

    • ((hugs)), Gail <3. This will help YOU so much, I think. We thought a lot about the readers who might be following along with someone else in mind.

      xo

  2. Oh, my!!! Used to feel bad and even ashamed because I can’t remember when I asked Jesus into my life (have the privilege of knowing Him for as long as I can remember, but never had “THE” encounter, even after wandering away)… Can’t remember exactly how old I was when I was baptized, but remembering entering the water with more fear than joy because I knew I had sinned the day before (and even that day early in the morning, probably some fight with my brother… Always felt like I didn’t complete belonged, even when I knew I loved God and He loved me more, and I’ve always had wonderful people who remind and reassure me of my place… It’s healing and freeing the know I’m not the only one
    Thank you!!!!!!

  3. Robin,

    You were blessed to have such good Christian parents. Mine went to church when they were young. When we moved to Florida they stopped. I kept going. Like you it was more of a ritual. I was in the youth choir-we sang at the 8:30 AM service each week, then back for choir practice & youth group. I also played in a handbell choir. Outside of church I didn’t walk the walk. I was “of the world”. It wasn’t till I got married & started going to Blue Springs Christian Church that I realized the fact of having a relationship with Christ. I remember well it was at a Wednesday night prayer meeting that I decided to “take the “plunge”. It wasn’t about joining a church. It was about repenting of my sins & having Christ rule over my life. My pastor would preach often on repentance, Hell & Heaven. He read Acts 2:38 so much I have it memorized. The Lord finally Got to me & I surrendered. I was about 40 at the time. You wrote a great book. Tons of people have doubts & questions. Heck I did for years.

    Blessings 🙂