Forgiving the Unforgivable – Mrs. Carrie Robinson
Mrs. Carrie Robinson serves as the Faculty Advisor for SWIM at Dallas Theological Seminary. Today Mrs. Robinson looks at Matthew 18:21-33
And shares the process of discovering how to go from “I should” forgive to “I can” forgive.
About the Contributors
Mrs. Carrie Robinson
Faculty Advisor for SWIM
Carrie Robinson is our faculty advisor for the ministry to wives here at Dallas Seminary, also known as SWIM. She is originally from Phoenix, Arizona. She came to DTS as a student in the MACE program, completing both the women’s ministry and children’s ministry concentrations. While she was here she met her husband Dr Tim Robinson, and together they have spent the last 13 years ministering in Northern Ireland.
Since leaving DTS Carrie has served as a discipleship coordinator at a parachurch youth and young adult ministry called Exodus which involved mentoring and small group discipleship. At their church in Northern Ireland, Carrie had the privilege of serving as the Discipleship coordinator overseeing mentoring and small group ministries, as well as overseeing the women’s ministry.
Her favorite role however is being mom to their three children: Hannah, Abigail and Caleb, and wife and ministry partner to Tim.Carrie’s passion in ministry is to see women immersed in God’s word, and to encourage them to use their God-given gifts for the building up of the body of Christ as they journey toward spiritual maturity.