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. In addition to this blog, I’ve had the opportunity to write for Desiring God, Reformation21 and the Christian Research Journal.  I also have chapter contributions in Beyond the Roles: A Biblical Foundation for Women and Ministry (PCA Committee on Discipleship Ministries, 2019) and Hear Us Emmanuel: Another Call for Racial Reconciliation, Representation, and Unity in the Church (Storied Publishing, 2020). At some point I’m going to tackle writing a whole book!

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.

I Speak: I have been the plenary speaker at women’s conferences within my denomination and contributed to conference panel discussions. Recently, I’ve been more engaged in conversations around racial reconciliation and strive to adhere to biblical fidelity while navigating through the tensions in the church and broader society. Please send inquiries for speaking engagements to

I Podcast: I co-host the Family Discussion podcast with Marcos Ortega. Family Discussion is a platform of Reformed Margins. Our goal is to have charitable conversations around current issues that tend to divide Christians.

5 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 🙂

  4. Forrest L. Marion February 12, 2021 / 9:37 am

    Dear Lisa,
    I appreciated your article today on The Aquila Report. I do think it was a bit “lenient” with regard to the dangers of CRT. I’d like to share another article with you (my own). If you email me, I’ll be able to send it to you (Dr Aquila shared your url with me for this purpose). Or you can go to “Forrest Marion Abbeville Institute,” it’s the most recent one (Feb. 10).

    Forrest L. Marion

  5. Nnume Peter katagaya June 17, 2021 / 8:19 am

    Praise the name of God, am here to introduce to you my ministry here in Uganda called child advocacy cat Uganda which takes care of the orphans and the single mothers. We are having 102 children and 45 single mothers we are taking care of, due to this pandemic we have gone through a lot with our ministry and the children are dying of malaria and hunger so I request if at all you can stand with us we highly welcome you and your contribution will bring impact to the ministry. Am married with one wife and God blessed us with one daughter, our ministry is fully registered with the government of Uganda and in case of our certificate I can send it to you and even more of our ministry photos. God bless you as you support our ministry in Jesus name.
    I remain yours in Christ
    Nnume peter katagaya
    General overseer /CEO
    Child advocacy cat Uganda

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