Tuesday, March 31, 2009


We're home! We've been back for a few days, but re-entry into the real world takes some adjusting! We were in Florida for an intense conference that will undoubtedly change the rest of our lives.

Undoubtedly change the rest of our lives.

That's a bomb shell kind of statement, isn't it? It means something happened or didn't happen or perhaps it was a series of happenings that changes the way a person lives from this time forward.

Have you ever had one of those? A line in the sand. A passage. When you don't know what God's doing, but you know He's doing something? When the cry of your heart becomes spoken word. Thrown out there for all to see, all to judge, all to agree or disagree, all to deny or confirm. Yet, you know that the original cry was for God alone. Given by God to be given back to God.

Yikes! This is waaaaaaaay heavier than my usual haphazard, strangely funny ramblings.
If this is the first peak you've had here at Robinson Moments, you better look around a while. I'm not usually like this.

But what I know is that this past week required a greater level of introspection than I've put myself through since an intense InterVarsity camp way back in college. Back then someone said to me, "Jody, you're a woman of passion and compassion" Words matter. Those descriptions have stuck on me and influenced me to not be afraid to let it show.

It's true. God's design for our lives has become much clearer. Not in a fully tangible way, but in our hearts. Can't wait to see what it actually looks like!


Kelly said...

I have had one of those moments and it is pretty life shaking!
I am just so excited to see what God is doing in your life. I count it a blessing to be able to pray with you through this awesome exciting time!

Vicki said...


Ginger said...

Boy, are you vague!!

Life on The Rowland Ranch said...
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Life on The Rowland Ranch said...

Sounds like exciting things are happening at the Robinsons!! So happy for you guys!

Jody said...

Dear friends,
That's all you get until later. :)

Shipra Panosian said...

I really like the visuals you used. Out of focus, out of focus, out of focus...clarity.

Amy said...

I am late to comment...but wow! That sounds amazing. Can't wait to hear more. I think I could use some of that! ;)