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. As a chronic list maker and organizer, I sometimes get lost in myself when negative things happen in my life and go in circles. I refer to myself as one of the Father’s ADHD children. I love your “list” of wonderful God based practical reminders. Thank you so much.

    • Sandra Lynn,

      <3 (breaking it down into something so simple helps prevent me from spinning out of control... :). Thankful if this helps you, and to God be all the glory!

  2. Just thank you today. This was God’s perfect timing. Some days life is so very hard. Simple but powerful reminders.

  3. Hi Robin! Thank you for these reminders. They were needed today as I am going through a stressful season. You are a blessing!

    • Hey friend, You’ve been a sweet blessing to me for a long, long while. I hope your circumstances draw you closer to Jesus as you get through this season. (I know that happens for me… ). xo

  4. AMEN! Thank you for the encouragement! My mama and I are going through such a time and would appreciate your prayers!

  5. This was very meaningful. I’ll be sharing this with others who are also going through hard stuff in life.

  6. Robin so well said. So true simple things out of God word and prayer do help you when life is hard. I found that out this last while. As I found out in my problems and health problems which I thank God they are no were near as bad a serious illness. That words out of God word and prayer help me. Like Psalm 23 verse one. Just knowing the first few words of that verse were it says “The Lord is My Shepherd” yes he is. He everyone Shepherd what does it say in God’s word in John 10 v 7-11. Jesus is good shepherd who gives his life for the sheep. We are his sheep. We can read it all. It’s that simple thing to know Jesus is our Shepherd watching over us. Is there for us in those difficult times. Being the Shepherd watching us his sheep. Yes it can be hard to wonder in difficult times were Jesus is. But he always there. We have to know Jesus is there at all time. Doing what 1 Peter 5 v 7 says. “Casting all our care upon Him for He cares for you” how true that is. Like this song. “What a friend we have in Jesus all our sins and Grace to bear what a privilege to carry everything to God in prayer” how true that song is too. All theses simple things. Thank you Robin for today’s reading excellent. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little xx

  7. What a wonderful writer you are! This is so much help written with so much love backed by Bible verses. I’m so thankful God connected us through the internet-your posts speak to my heart. I’m praying for you, your sister, and your family.

  8. Robin,

    Thank you for these tips. They are very helpful. So sorry your MIL got dementia. It is debilitating disease. I understand all to well as both parents had this. Hard to sit & watch your loved ones slip away. During my trials with my aging parents I asked for prayers. I was blessed to have one good friend also going through aging parent trials. We talked & lamented over the days troubles. May God bless you all as you endure these trials.

    Blessings 🙂