Thoughts About Servant Leadership

by Robin January 18, 2010 Christian Life

Yesterday at church, (Metropolitan Baptist in Oklahoma City) we honored our Pastor, Dr. Randall Faulkner. He has shepherded our flock for twenty years in a day when a hundred and fifty thousand pastors leave the pulpit every month and the average stay of a Pastor at a church is eight years. Thank God for men […]

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Robin's Yummy Weight Loss Soup

by Robin January 15, 2010 recipes

It’s that time of year again, isn’t it? Time to get serious about our weight! I didn’t do as badly this Christmas as I have been known to do in the past. I didn’t bake my traditional mounds of goodies. (Sorry boys!) I finally admitted to myself that one of the real reasons that I […]

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Christian Arabs Produce Christmas Show in Israel

by Robin December 22, 2009 Arabic Culture

Rosan Khoury, the Newest Star Ms. Khoury and Family Host the First Christmas Show in Her Arabic Village in Israel Will wonders never cease? The first time I visited Israel in 1981, Rosan Khoury was a babe in arms, less than a year old. I was honored to become her Godmother, or shbenti as we […]

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Shocking Oklahoma Prison Statistics

by Robin December 16, 2009 american culture

I’ve been doing some prison ministry during the last three years. I am motivated by Jesus’ words, “I was in prison and you visited me.” Prison ministry has been one of the most meaningful things that I have done. It sure is suprising what happens when you think of prisoners as people rather than numbers. […]

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Jesus the Good Shepherd

by Robin December 10, 2009 Uncategorized

Jesus is my shepherd. He does lead me along. Occasionally I stray off like silly sheep do. But Jesus takes out his staff and guides me back to the right way. Sometimes I get a spanking with the rod. But yesterday he led me beside the still waters and restored my soul. My cup is […]

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Too Bad About Carrie Underwood

by Robin December 8, 2009 american culture

I got so excited last night when my son called and told me that there was going to be a Carrie Underwood Christmas special on. (He knows how much I love country music. I’m talking the clean kind.) And of course all of us in Oklahoma are so proud of her, or I should say […]

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Gotta Love Susan Boyle

by Robin December 3, 2009 american culture

Susan Boyle has sold over seven hundred and fifty thousand of her new albums. The fact that she is blowing Madonna and Brittney Spears off of the chart is pretty funny. The chubby little English old maid who had never been kissed a few months ago is blasting up the charts without nasty lyrics and […]

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Robin's Famous Hummous Recipe

by Robin November 13, 2009 Funny video

As an honorary Arab, I have developed a no-fail recipe for hummous that you can try. My friends know that my husband is a Christian Arab, and we have lots of good Middle Eastern Recipes. (Did I mention that he is not Muslim?) Robin’s Famous Hummous Recipe Put the following in your food processor: 2 […]

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Good News From Arabs

by Robin November 12, 2009 Uncategorized

In light of all of the bad news coming out of the Arab community, (in view of the Fort Hood tragedy last week,) I thought I would post this video. This is my Godchild, Rozan Khoury. The first time I went to Israel in 1981 I participated in her baptism and was asked to be […]

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Planned Parenthood Director Resigns After Watching Ultrasound of Abortion

by Robin November 2, 2009 abortion

Abby Johnson, The Director of Planned Parenthood in College Station, Texas, quit her job after watching an ultrasound of an abortion procedure. “I just thought, I can’t do this anymore,” she said.  According to Ms. Johnson, Planned Parenthood was pressuring her to “get more abortions in the door.” She became convicted about this. Abortion is […]

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