Steph Robbins is a woman in pursuit of God. Her determination to know Him on an intimate level has created a hunger and love for God’s word that has taught her many truths – some through tears and some through joy. Steph has the ability to be transparent and is able to speak to audiences about their most personal fears, pains, and heartfelt desires. As she shares her own experiences, you’ll be confident that you are not alone in your struggles and challenges to walk closer to God.
Steph’s heart is to see God’s children better understand who they are in Christ by hearing the uncompromising truth of the scripture. She desires to teach the word so that the church will fall back in love with the word and as a result will live the word. Her anointed speaking brings the scriptures to life in a new and powerful way and creates a hunger in her audiences for more.
Stephanie grew up in rural Nova Scotia. She graduated from Bob Jones University in 1989 and returned home where she met and married her husband Tyler. After several years of “doing her own thing”, Stephanie rededicated her life to Christ in August 1999. Being a self proclaimed – slow learner, Stephanie spent the next few years fighting with God before surrendering to His call on her life to speak for Him. It has been an amazing journey ever since!
For the past 10 years, she and her team have touched and encouraged women, once a month in the Halifax Metro area through SRM ladies’ morning. Now, the next phase of ministry has begun to develop for her as she has begun to speak at larger conferences and inter-denominational events. Her impact has grown beyond just impacting women’s events to where her gifting speaks into the lives of both women and men, and teens in an incredibly powerful and meaningful ways. Every event she speaks at is customized to the audience at hand!
Stephanie considers herself a handmaiden to the King and humbly and with His grace, seeks to fulfill His commission for her to speak wherever, to whomever, and whenever her King asks. Stephanie, after feeling God’s gentle nudge to go back to school, is pursuing her Master’s of Divinity from Acadia Divinity College.