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Having grown up in the buckle of the Bible belt (Lynchburg, Va.), Robby was no stranger to church. His journey has included stops in the southeast as a football coach, student pastor, seminary student and, most recently, a church planter in Richmond, Va. Robby and his wife, Joanna, just celebrated ten years of marriage and have three kids, Trey, 7, Mary Grace, 5, and Bryce, 1. They are excited to be in South Florida and to be part of what God is doing for His glory at Family Church.

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December 6, 2017 by Robert Christmas | Send Network
We learned a lot from our first attempt at mimicking the daily training and sending we see in Acts 19:10. Here are a few of the key takeaways: 1. You need a plan Having a detailed plan with times, locations and activity to be done, really helped set the tone for how intentional this week was...
December 5, 2017 by Robert Christmas | Send Network
There were many many great stories from our week of intentional gospel conversations. Here are a few of the highlights: Kyle Konstantine and Angela Goncharov are church planters from the Ukraine. They moved here to reach the hundreds of thousands of Russian speakers in South Florida. They...
December 4, 2017 by Robert Christmas | Send Network
West Palm Beach, Florida was recently recognized as the city with the highest concentration of people who have never been to church. Over 90% of those living in South Florida are far from God. These are the stats that get us up early in the mornings, keep us on our knees and keep our eyes on the...
November 10, 2016 by Robert Christmas | Send Network
What is bivocational church planting and what are some of the challenges faced? Church planter, pastor and father, Robert Christmas tells all.
November 8, 2016 by Robert Christmas | Send Network
Learn from church planter, Robert Christmas, as he explains how to recognize and evaluate potential planters. Click here to learn more.
November 7, 2016 by Robert Christmas | Send Network
Tick-tock-tick-tock. . .picture a ticking alligator and a scared, one-handed pirate. Some of you may remember watching Peter Pan as a kid. If you do, you recall that Captain Hook had a ridiculous fear of clocks because the gator that bit off his hand swallowed a clock.