I Write:   I am committed to expressing God’s truths in a gracious, straight-forward manner and to share my life with others including a broken past, a winding spiritual journey, an eclectic theological background and a desire to get what God wants us to know. Check out my articles published at Parchment and Pen theology blog (.Lisa’s articles).   Parchment and Pen is a blog of Reclaiming the Mind/Credo House Ministries. Credo House is dedicated to making theology accessible and understandable, to encourage reflection upon truth.  I have been a contributor of Parchment and Pen since January 2009 and have produced over 100 articles.

I currently have a book under development that represents a passion that I have for every Christian to understand how the Bible represents God’s revelation to humanity, how it relates to His promises and authority and how all 66 books connect together to portray His grand plan.  The topics contained in the book are often transmitted through an academic medium. I write in a very user friendly, popular style to attract an audience that would never read an academic oriented book.  Manuscript completion is anticipated for December 2012.

I Teach:  My ministry philosophy is simple. Serve humbly, care genuinely, live authentically and teach honestly. I believe in teaching the whole counsel of scripture by connecting the dots of whatever passage or book I teach and connecting it with people’s lives.  I believe the Bible should be taught for what it is – the word of God in which God reveals Himself to humanity and His promises for it.  This is why I don’t teach Christian living principles as some kind of checklist for better Christian living. I strive to encourage others about how they think about God. Sometimes this means challenging popular concepts and always means opening up my life.

3 thoughts on “Ministry

  1. Leslie Jebaraj July 23, 2012 / 2:22 pm

    I knew you’d become a writer, Lisa! Great going!

  2. ljrobinson July 23, 2012 / 2:31 pm

    Thanks Leslie. I had to set this site up as part of my internship. After it’s over, I’ll be modifying it.

  3. Christlove December 10, 2013 / 8:17 pm

    I love your blog, we share the same view on reformed theology 🙂

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