Sarah Robinson

I’d gotten kind of used to it. The first time I felt the sensation was right after I got married. (It wasn’t all wedded bliss.) Whenever I got really upset, a tingling sensation ran down my arms, something akin to a mild electric shock sizzling down from my elbow, ending at the tips of my…

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Sarah Robinson

More often than not, it’s my pride that has blocked my ability to even see where I’m at fault. What we are all searching for, according to Eugene Peterson, is not the pride of life, but a meaningful one. The title of his classic book, A Long Obedience in the Same Direction for which he credits…

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Sarah Robinson

“I’ll be there for you…” rings a familiar refrain from the popular sitcom, “Friends.” If you watched the show, you became familiar with each of the characters and how loyal they remained under the best/worst of life’s situations. “Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came…” is…

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Sarah Robinson

Have you ever had a season of life when you needed desperately to “Keep it Simple”? I’m convinced, if I hadn’t gone through one of the most challenging seasons of my life, the thought of simplicity might never have crossed my mind, and the mind is where our battles often rage. In 1986, the year…

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