SEO Copywriting for College Admissions

By Sara Robbert | December 12, 2019

Written as a feature piece for my client, White Buffalo Websites. As enrollment in private institutions decreases in the US, admissions teams are looking for the best ways to find potential students. College admissions teams across the country are asking, “How can I increase my college admission?” The most effective modern-day strategy for getting your university…

Your Body is GOOD: The Incarnation as a Call to Embodiment

By Sara Robbert | December 12, 2019

This submission was included in the book publication, Not Going Home, released Jan ’20 by Tall Pine Publishing. The Incarnation as Embodiment Our bodies are a beautiful display of God’s creative work. The Holy Spirit wants to make His home in us and He wants us to be at home in ourselves. A part of…

My Husband Taught Me Everything I Know About Feminism

By Sara Robbert | October 16, 2019

Sara Robbert Aug 13 ·  I was an unmarried woman until the age of 26. Growing up in a small, conservative town in the Midwest, this presented lots of questions for me on How to Function In Society As a Single Person. There weren’t real openings for me and there weren’t real invitations to wholeness apart…

Advent Musings pt 4: "God is Very Happy with You."

By Sara Robbert | December 23, 2018

At the risk of sounding a bit crazy I will share a bit of my inner dialogue as I wrote this fourth Advent Musing: As ideas swirled around in my head, they were having a difficult time finding form or rhythm. The doubts began to stir and the symphony of accusers sang their song: “No…

Advent Musings pt 3: Am I Calling God a Liar?

By Sara Robbert | December 13, 2018

My first two Advent Musings have spoken of the nearness of God. I’ve encouraged us to pursue intimacy with God this Advent. Intimacy with God can be a daunting subject. In this third post, I will dive deeper into practices that have helped me experience this “rooted-to-my-toes” nearness of God. Redefine the Gospel The gospel…

Advent Musings pt 2: Faith like a Child

By Sara Robbert | December 6, 2018

They ran up to Jesus, excitement coursing through their veins. He chided those who dismissed them, “leave the children alone…” He insisted with a smile as He drew them near, His voice thick with compassion (Matthew 19:14). I love to imagine the children being brought to visit Jesus. Were some of them crawling? Were some…

Advent Musings pt 1

By Sara Robbert | November 29, 2018

“You are closer than the mention of Your name.” – November mantra The mantra Jesus gave me for the month of November has been preparing my heart to usher in Advent. In our humanity, nearness and intimacy are how we experience truth most fully. Jesus became human to help our humanness know God. From the…

The Lord is in your Midst

By Sara Robbert | August 30, 2018

The Lord is in the midst of you, you will not fall. In times of overwhelming gladness, He is in your midst In times of tears that will not stop, He is in your midst In times of anxiety that won’t let go, He is in your midst In times of dancing til the break…

Nothing Can Separate

By Sara Robbert | June 22, 2018

I long to be more firmly rooted in the Love of Christ in a way that changes me. In my first moments every day, before I really know I’m awake, I long to be soaked in Love. I long for my first thoughts to be that I dwell in unspeakable Love. I pray that Psalm…

10 Reasons You Need to Stop Feeling Bad for Me for Being Single

By Sara Robbert | October 25, 2015

If one more person looks at me with sympathetic puppy dog eyes when I tell them that I am, in fact, a single twenty-three year old woman, I will punch them in their face. I do not have a disease. I am single. Ok, so I won’t actually punch them. That’s why I’m writing this…