Robin Turner currently directs the Parents' Day Out program at St. Augustine's, Oak Cliff in Dallas, TX where she lives with her husband, Sam, an 8th grade humanities teacher. They are welcoming their first child in August 2020. She completed her D.Min. in Spiritual Formation and Leadership at Portland Seminary, part of George Fox University focusing on leading congregations to value children's spiritual formation for the sake of the whole church. She also holds a Christian Education (BA, '11) and Christian Formation and Ministry (MA, '12) from Wheaton College. Robin has directed children's ministries in 3 churches in 3 states (North Carolina, Texas, and Pennsylvania).
Dissatisfied with curriculum options, Robin began writing her own weekly lessons in 2013 to use within her own congregation. Within a few years, she was emailing weekly lessons to a handful of other Anglican congregations around the country and decided to launch a website.
Robin's current research focuses on the faith formation of children and the mutually transforming relationships honed by intergenerational worship. She enjoys serving on the board for The Children's Spirituality Summit and connecting with practitioners and researchers around the world.