Miss Robin is a writer, speaker, podcaster and storyteller. She grew up on the mission field of Liberia West Africa where her parents served as missionaries for over twenty years. She now resides in Arizona with her husband Keith of over forty years, her three adult children, and five grandchildren. Becoming a mom and wife at the age of seventeen, Robin knows very well the difficulties parents and kids face in today’s culture. Struggling with anxiety and fear most of her life, has given her a compassion towards those who have struggled with the same issues. Robin’s desire to make a difference in the lives of students and families led her into over 15 years in student ministry and over 20 years working as support staff in the educational field.
Miss Robin has tutored students from Pre-school through High school working closely with parents, teachers and administrators. She spent the last eight years of her professional career as a ParaEducator at Valley Christian Schools working as a Special Needs tutor at Valley Christian Schools (check out her resources page for tutoring services.)
Miss Robin has shared her personal story in churches big and small. She has spoken in front of youth groups, church camps, School chapels (Ages K-12) M.O.P.S groups and various women’s ministry events. Robin’s is transparent and vulnerable in her writing and speaking style.
One of her biggest blessings was to be able to contribute to a book written by author Kathe Wunnenburg called “Hopelifter: Creative Ways to Spread Hope when Life Hurts.” www.hopelifters.com
Miss Robin’s newest podcast, the “Different Isn’t Bad Podcast for kids celebrates the uniqueness of every child through the eyes of a little cat named Stubby. Her hope is that these original “Sit around the radio” style podcasts will bring about meaningful conversations & thoughtful reflections between children and their loved ones while encouraging them to be BRAVE. KIND and DIFFERENT in a world that wants them to fit in.
“I had the privilege of serving alongside Robin for years and saw firsthand her decision to be humble by taking off the masks. 🎭 She’s so real and honest with people. It takes a tremendous amount of courage to take off the masks that we all to often wear and love well and in turn be loved by others extremely well! She has this most beautiful oneness with God due to her humility. Robin, I’m elated to see where God’s leading you in this next chapter of your life.”
— Marc Lucas – Faith Talk Radio 1360 AM