How Change Results in Unimaginable Growth

How Change Results in Unimaginable Growth


There are things that happen in life that cause us to make changes. In fact life is all about change. There are some important aspects to change that most of us love like new jobs, new vacations and new experiences. We welcome them with open arms and smiles on our faces. However, there is another side of change that isn’t so lovable like aging, job loss, and lost and broken relationships.

The critical component to any new experience or change is how we are being changed. We either want to change OR have to change. In my life I have made many changes from musical tastes, weight loss, technology change, mindset changes, and changes in my Faith walk. I believe that God is always interested in who we are and who we are becoming. The process of change is what God uses to connect our present self to our future potential.

This is my documentation  of that process. I am a different man now than I was years ago and I plan to be a better man years from now. Walk with me in this journey as I share my experiences and discoverswith you. Welcome to The Robinson Report.

New Changes on the Horizon
New Changes on the Horizon
Author: Rion Robinson

I am a Grateful Child of God and Preacher of the Gospel. I love my wife, Desiree, and our wonderful girl, Emery. The rest is supplementary: Miami (OH) Grad/Football Alum. A Music Enthusiast. True Apple Techie . Comic book fan. Pilates Student.

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    I am excited to read and contribute 🙂

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