After two months of laboring in love, and collaborating with the fabulous Rachel Cox of ohsimplejoys, I am so pleased to present my redesigned official website. Check it out here: www.natashaSrobinson.com and tell me what you think.

Mentor for Life Book Cover

Also, today marks 29 days until the official release of my first book, “Mentor for Life: Finding Purpose through Intentional Discipleship.” You can pre-order it now:


When you early order by March 31, 2016, you will receive a free training manual including six lessons and training videos for your leadership team. If you are looking to start a mentoring or discipleship ministry, if you have a small group ministry and are looking for a tool to train your leadership team, if you are looking to revive or refine your current ministry programming, or are looking for something more intentional, I have something for you and your leadership team. Order books for your entire team now, and be prepared to start training this spring!

Insert your receipt confirmation number, and retrieve your bonus materials using this link: http://www.natashasrobinson.com/books

All bonus materials will be delivered electronically at the end of the campaign.

Blessings, Natasha


Book Review: Forgive Us

Confessions of a Compromised Faith

 Authors: Mae Elise Cannon, Lisa Sharon Harper, Troy Jackson, and Soong-Chan Rah

Why I picked up this book:

I received this book from my publisher, Zondervan, because I share a similar concern and passion for biblical justice like its authors.

Who Should Read Forgive Us:

This academic resource is for anyone who has a sincere desire to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind; and Love your neighbor as yourself (Luke 10:27).” It is for those who are interested in the Lord’s requirement “to act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God (Micah 6:8).”

Forgive Us book cover

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Book Review: Roadmap to Reconciliation

Moving Communities into Unity, Wholeness and Justice

Authors: Brenda Salter McNeil with contributions by J. Derek McNeil

Why I picked up this book:

Roadmap to Reconciliaiton Cover

I am on Intervarsity Press bloggers’ list so I occasionally receive books to review. I specifically requested an early release copy of this one, because I have been studying under Dr. McNeil (from a distance) for several years now. She is one of the top voices and influencers on the topic of reconciliation, and it is my privilege to learn from her teaching and ministry.

Who Should Read Roadmap to Reconciliation:

This book is an invaluable resource tool for churches, organizational leaders, seminaries, and community organizers who are seriously wrestling with taking the right actions to transform communities towards reconciliation and justice.

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