Come back soon for an updated bio for Pastor Jason and his wife, Letha.
“What a lot of people don’t know about me is my first name is ‘Brenton.’ Kip is actually my middle name. I have grown up in Robinwood, as my parents started attending here in 1975. My all time favorite hobby is coaching softball. I am married and have 2 daughters. Robinwood Assembly of God has always been a vital part of this community, and as we move forward, I know God will bless this church in whatever it puts its hands to, as He always has before.”
“I have attended Robinwood for 16 yrs, and been a member for 15. I’ve served as a board member for 14 yrs, and Missions Director for 12. I’ve also been involved with RYM Youth Group, Men’s Ministry, and the sound booth and media center. Married 42 yrs, I have 3 children and 7 grandchildren. I love to spend time with family, gardening, and vacationing at Kentucky Lake. I see great things in store for Robinwood as younger generations get more involved. There are so many outreach opportunities and chances to minister.”
“I was saved on October 15, 1973 in the old Robinwood Church. I have been on the church board for 20 years. I have 3 children-2 boys and 1 girl-and I have 6 grandchildren. My dream for the future of our church is to see the Holy Spirit move in a mighty way, and the church filled to overflowing.”
“Shortly after my discharge from the U.S. Air Force in November 1974, Sheila and I began attending Robinson Assembly of God, and in June of 1975 were a part of the excited congregation to move into the new facility on Outer North Jackson Street, then renamed Robinwood Assembly of God. In the years since, we have both been involved in several varied ministries and functions of the church. Personally, I fish and hunt and enjoy lake life at Lake Barkley, Kentucky. Sheila is heavily involved in civic organizations in the community and Lincoln Trail College. We have three grown boys and five grandchildren. We are now both retired but anticipate the best years for Robinwood are yet to come, with the greatest opportunities for ministry, and consider ourselves blessed to be a part of it.”
“I gave my life to the Lord in 2001. I have 2 children and a wonderful wife. I am an avid outdoorsman and host an archery shoot in the gym during the off-season. I love to see the Holy Spirit move and I am looking forward to the opportunities the Lord has for me.”