Your Guide for Spiritual Renewal

His divine power has given us everything needed for life and godliness, through the knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness.” 2 Peter 1:3

Author | Speaker | Teacher

Meet Robin T. Jennings

Personal growth is something we all seek, but spiritual renewal is something our souls yearn for, whether we know it or not. Robin, a gifted storyteller, sought-after professional speaker, knowledgeable teacher and author on the importance of spiritual growth and renewal in everyday life, he empowers others with the Biblical guidance needed for deep personal reflection. A clergyman in the Episcopal Church, Robin was named as one of the top religious leaders by Louisville Magazine in the community. He is also the author of several commentaries for the national Bible Reading Fellowship and his recently released book, May You Live in Christ: Spiritual Growth Through the Vision of St. Peter (the first of a three-part series).

Cast a Vision for a New You

If ever there was a model for us and for living in this fast-paced world of ours, it has to be the life of St. Peter. If Jesus can transform this impulsive, conflicted, vacillating man into the greatest of our saints, then surely there is hope for all of us. In his book, May You Live in Christ: Spiritual Growth Through the Vision of St. Peter, Robin takes you through a spiritual journey, showing you how St. Peter uniquely speaks to everyone today and, through his vision, how you can see your life in Christ and grow into a new and more fulfilling one.

Robin Can Inspire You, Your Congregation and Your Team

As a parish minister for forty years, Robin’s first-hand wisdom and deep reliance on the presence of God in the everyday life of his pastoral care and gift of communication, is ever so present in his speaking engagements, trainings and workshops. Through a wealth of experience and common sense, Robin’s keynotes address some of the most pressing needs facing believers today including how to interact and participate with God by casting a vision and spiritually grow through:

  • Identity, and the claim of being a child of God
  • Community, as found in the church as a sacred space and place
  • Meaning, and how the purpose and direction of God leads us forward
  • Hope, as a resource given to us for life with God

Robin Can Inspire You, Your Congregation and Your Team

As a parish minister for forty years, Robin’s first-hand wisdom and deep reliance on the presence of God in the everyday life of his pastoral care and gift of communication, is ever so present in his speaking engagements, trainings and workshops. Through a wealth of experience and common sense, Robin’s keynotes address some of the most pressing needs facing believers today including how to interact and participate with God by casting a vision and spiritually grow through:

  • Identity, and the claim of being a child of God
  • Community, as found in the church as a sacred space and place
  • Meaning, and how the purpose and direction of God leads us forward
  • Hope, as a resource given to us for life with God

Contact Robin

From the Blog

Godliness and Service

I’ll never forget once being introduced at a speaking engagement as a “godly” person. I first looked down somewhat embarrassed and then gradually looked around to see if there was anyone in the audience I might know. Naturally, I was thinking to myself, most people don’t have a clue as to what goes on inside

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Remember Godliness

The Ethiopian icon has something of a playful quality about it. Appearing like cartoon figures at first glance, the picture is almost easy to dismiss. As we look more carefully, however, there is a halo and the depiction of Jesus. The other figures appearing are the disciples. I don’t know about you, but I can’t

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Endurance Reveals Patience

I don’t know about you but I have the patience of a strobe light especially checking out in a grocery line. Actually, I don’t do well waiting for a cup of coffee. Come to think of it, traffic jams and red lights and freight trains crawling along with the annoying blinking gates makes me say

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