Al & Laura Robbins

http://www.christchapelme.org

Born and raised in Maine, Al Robbins has been a cherished pastor and church planter for more than forty years. After graduating from FBCI in Charleston, Maine, Al and Laura taught at the college from 1982-1989. In addition to his seminary training, he graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy and worked as a reserve officer in Kennebunk, ME, while pastoring full-time. He also served as a chaplain for the York County Sheriff’s Department in Alfred, Maine.

Pastor Al is a dynamic, motivational speaker and has a heart for broken and hurting people. His ministry has brought him from Maine to California, Florida, and over thirty states in between. He has been happily married to his childhood sweetheart, Laura Lee, for over 40 years. They have three amazing children: Walter, Christina, and Faith, and nine grandchildren.

Al has written and published three hope-filled and inspiring books.

Acorn Dropped

This short book, birthed during Pastor Al’s personal “Acorn Dropping” will present you with a motivational message of hope and will renew your faith in our loving Heavenly Father, who “doeth all things well.” It is a vibrant, fictional story that all dreamers will most assuredly relate to.

Amazon Kindle Edition

Acorn Chronicles

A companion book to Acorn Dropped, Acorn Chronicles serves as a practical, 30-day, inspirational read and includes motivational Scriptures to assist readers in getting to their ultimate destiny in God.

Amazon Kindle Edition

Be Still

During this 21 Day devotional, Be Still, Al shares some of the most intimate message that God spoke to him during his regular moments of being still.

Amazon Kindle Edition

One response to “Al & Laura Robbins”

  1. Alweays appreciating the Godloving passion for God’s Word this couple has had. Looking forward to the devotional writings as well.

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