Robin T. Jennings has always encouraged individuals to develop their spiritual growth and embark on a journey of renewal. In fact, it was his passion for providing this guidance that became the catalyst for his book series and the cornerstone for each book that dives deeper into the lives of various spiritual leaders, leaving readers with the tools that they need to embark on a Christian life filled with unseen challenges and endless moments of possibility!
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.
Embrace a New Form of Renewal
Many people seek out ways to reinvent themselves amidst challenging times. The Door to Renewal: Spiritual Growth Through the Mind of St. Paul, will inspire you to embrace a new form of renewal … one that encourages you to set aside the old you and begin anew altogether. His new book provides Christians a valuable guidebook for their journey toward spiritual renewal by learning from St. Paul’s witness and using it as a framework to help them. Renewal is an inward movement of the spirit, yet it forms and shapes all aspects of life. Through conversion, conversation, and conviction, however, spiritual renewal is possible.
Become the Spiritual Mentor You Are Called to Be
We live in a world that appears more connected than one could have dreamed possible, and yet, it’s evident that individually, collectively, and spiritually we are more disconnected than ever before. In his book, A Letter to the Church and the Next Generation: Spiritual Growth through the Witness of James, Robin reminds us that by “doing the Word” we can become a necessary intergenerational bridge to connection through spiritual mentorship. Taking readers through the Letter of James, Robin implores the church community to help our world become reconnected, with the center focus being on the way, the truth, and the life — Jesus. James could be considered as one of the church’s first spiritual mentors, guiding us for many generations and many more to come.