How Big Is Your God? Is He big enough? The great life lesson we should pass on to others is that of having confidence in a God who is big enough for whatever life brings-being tired of eating bologna, having a daughter run away from home, being accused of stealing ministry funds, driving the tan van that wouldn't die, and much more. The Robinsons' memoirs illustrate God's bigness and faithfulness through over forty years of children's ministry in western Canada. What they said... "It's kind of hard to express thanks to someone who changed my life and way of thinking. I've never grown as much in the Lord as when I had you both as an example and guide as a Christian team willing to serve each other and the Lord." Walter Selke (Healing Hearts Ministry, Regina) "I can't begin to explain what you've meant to me. As my spiritual father, you've disciplined me; as my leader, you've led me; and as my teacher, you've taught me. But most of all, you have been my friend." Don Cameron (Yellowknife) "It sure was good to see someone so dedicated to God's work. Thanks for the example." Dave Bunn (missionary, France) "The Lord has used you in my life to change me and teach me many things. I have greatly appreciated you and just how God chooses to use you the way He does." Rod Nikkel (saddle tree maker and church elder) "I don't know how to tell you how much you mean to me. You have helped me grow so much in my Christian life over the years, and I am very grateful to you." Diane Krause "Thank you so much for loving us counselors and praying for us. What a precious summer this has been Thank you for teaching us the importance of having faith in the facts of God's Word." Dorothy Reid (missionary, Romania) "It has been one of the best summers I've spent working under you both. It has been an experience that won't be soon forgotten. Our God's pretty big " Seaweed (camp nickname) About the Author: Jerry & Connie Robinson have worked in a variety of children's ministries in western Canada for over forty years. From fifteen dozen eggs to 4500 postage stamps, the Robinsons seek to share their experiences of a big God at work during the challenges of ministry and family life. Their stories have impacted and encouraged many others who are just starting out on their journeys. They make their home in Calgary, Alberta and have four adult children.