Renew Ministries

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In 2009, Robin founded Renew Ministries, sharing with spiritually- and emotionally-broken women that God has a plan for their lives that includes healing. In 2011, she published From Pain to Peace: the Journey of Forgiveness After Divorce. The information was good and it was received well.

But it soon became time to update the statistics and add a new flavor to the book.

In May 2019, Robin will release the next edition. New information has been added to the already solid support. It’s edited with a new voice. And, it has a brand new look …

Robin is also a featured speaker with Stonecroft Ministries. She has shared God’s promises of God’s grace and mercy at retreats and women’s functions through the northern east coast.

See if Robin is available to speak at your next function.

Speaking Topics:

Healing After Divorce How God wants everyone touched by divorce to be healed from its pain.

Compulsions and Christianity Co-Dependency … Food Addiction … Sexual Addictions … Alcoholism. Learn how to understand and even embrace imperfection.

Battling Low Self-Esteem Robin shares through experience and selected scripture that the battle against low self-esteem can be won, but only with the help of Christ.

Living Through Grace Ever feel like a poster child for the unlovable? Robin shares how she learned to embrace the grace that was waiting for her after she almost lost it all.

Trusting God in Adversity “I’m so sorry, Robin. Can I get the hospital Chaplin for you?” How does someone prepare for the worst day of their life?

Forgiving the Unforgivable Has someone hurt you so much that your life has been changed forever? You can forgive lots, but can you forgive “that”? Learn how God wants to bring you though.

Freedom in Transparency If Truth can set you free, why do we rebel against it?

But Life did not stop there … Listen to Robin’s latest interview on Christian Devotions Speak UP as she shares the darkest days of her life.

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Robin Luftig’s life was a good one. Wonderful children. Loving husband. Not a care in the world. She was certain her dark days were behind her. But on the night of April 1, 2011, her life was in the balance.

“I’m sorry, Mrs. Luftig,” the doctor said, “but you have a tumor on your brain about the size of my fist. Do you want a priest or could I call the hospital chaplain for you?” God’s Best During Your Worst is a teaching memoir that tells the story of Robin’s ten-day journey through the darkest valley of her life. She found herself in the midst of a medical nightmare where her relationship with God had to be completely honest.

2011-04-10 01.59.03-1God’s Best During Your Worst is a story of Robin facing the shock of her present, the fear of losing her future, and a time of reflection over a tempestuous past that she allowed define her for too many years.

Sometimes spiritual, physical and even emotional scars remain for a reason.  God’s Best During Your Worst recounts a life filled with scars, yet a life lived under the watchful eye of a loving and non-intrusive Heavenly Father. And no matter how far Robin tried to travel from God, he always remained close by.

But would he be there for her one last time?

God’s Best During Your Worst is a story of redemption and triumph over brokenness. It’s a story about facing paralyzing fear and discovering that there is no place so far from God that he cannot reach through and redeem a willing heart.

 Watch for it!

10 thoughts on “Renew Ministries

  1. Robin: Thanks so much for nominating me for this award. In the past, I’ve been nominated for a few others, but I really appreciate this one because, if anything, I’ve always tried to be “versatile” in my work. It comes from my background in journalism. What amazes me the most is that you would be compelled to put me on the same page with the likes of Rachelle Gardner and Donald Miller. There is no way I deserve to be on the same page with greats like that. My dad would have said: That’s pretty tall cotton. Anyway, please know that I do SINCERELY appreciate you thinking of me. And I want to also encourage you in your writing. I know you have a lot of depth, and a lot of stories to tell. Don’t hold back. Your writing can make a difference in the lives of a lot of people. Take stock of yourself and know how much you have to give. It’s great to be a part of this community with you, and again, many, many thanks. ~ steve

  2. I wanted to say thanks for reviewing my book, I am Second: Real Stories. Changing Lives. I really appreciate your kind review. I also wanted to let you know that I have another book coming out on December 9 called Live Second: 365 Ways to Make Jesus First. The book contains 365 daily readings and prayers meant to inspire people to make Jesus First. I am organizing a Week-of-Second Blogging Campaign for bloggers like yourself. Please email at if you are interested in receiving a free e-version of the book and joining in the campaign.
    Doug Bender

  3. Robin, thank you so much for following my blog! I will be buying (and reading!) a copy of your book, “Ten Days to Live.” You sound like an amazing, inspiring, spiritual woman, thank you for sharing your story and faith!

  4. Robin,
    Your story, via your blog, has been such an inspiration to me!
    I have nominated you for the WordPress family Award for all you have meant to me and other bloggers.
    If you don’t accept awards, I understand. I just wanted you to know you are appreciated.
    God’s Blessings!

  5. Robby Faye –
    Wow, I am humbled by your kind words. God’s presence in my life has been incredible. It’s my goal to give Him all the glory through my writing. Thank you for the nomination.
    Blessings and hugs to you, my new friend!

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