Robin Flye

In and out of using drugs for over 22 years, God graciously saved Robin, allowing her to find joy and freedom through ministry and community.

Topics: Salvation | Community | The Gospel | Sin


Growing up, Robin Flye saw the terrible things that her mother did and said she would never do them. But she did them all. She was in and out of using drugs for over 22 years. Yet God graciously saved Robin in 1996 when she heard the gospel presented. Though she still struggled with addiction, this began God’s faithful work to mold her into the image of Christ. Robin and her husband came to The Village Church in 2012. Since then, Robin has found more joy and freedom through ministry and community.

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