Robin DeMurga

Robin is VP of Media & Ministry at Key Life Network.

With Steve Brown for countless years as his daughter—30 of those at Key Life—she has learned “ministry” from the ground up. Presently, she serves at Key Life in the areas of publishing, editing, correspondence, and counseling.

Robin is a graduate of Wheaton College…with just enough graduate courses in counseling/theology from Reformed Theological Seminary to be dangerous.

In her “real life,” Robin is wife to a college professor, artist/potter, avid fiction reader, recovering news junkie, and eternal student.

Articles By Robin DeMurga

God is Capricious

Tuesday February 2, 2016

christian life pain & suffering

After I heard that my sister was diagnosed with breast cancer, I spent that night nauseous and on the floor by the toilet, trying to throw up the news. It didn’t work. My number one fear had happened to my baby sister.

No More Gatekeepers

Tuesday July 21, 2015

christian life

“You don’t get it. You’re too young. We couldn’t get away with any of this at Key Life 10 years ago…the church has changed. And thank God,” I said the other day.

A Tiny Miracle

Wednesday October 29, 2014

christian life

Does God do miracles today? In the Bible, they experienced miracles first-hand. Why not us? Why not now? The blind saw. The lame walked. The water turned into wine…seemingly just for the fun of it, to increase the joy of a wedding reception.

Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin

Wednesday October 1, 2014

christian life

“Love the sinner, hate the sin.” They meant well. I meant well. And on paper it makes sense. We, as Christians, are called to love others. Check. We, as Christians, hate sin. Check.

Living Under Grace… According to Stan the Skeleton

Wednesday July 9, 2014

christian life relationships

For the past couple months, I’ve attempted to draw Stan the Skeleton in sketch class. (For the morbidly curious, Stan is not a real skeleton, only an anatomically correct model based on a real man.) Stan has got me thinking about the body of Christ…the wondrous connection we have, as Christians, living under radical grace.