For the past year, Robinson has volunteered to teach drumming classes at the Prado Community Center. We are blessed to have his help, as he is a gifted musician and teacher. When Caren recently interviewed Robinson, he told her that he was “happy and amazed” at the unexpected opportunity to teach drumming classes. Robinson also says, “I feel satisfied with what I do and am grateful for the opportunity.”
Robinson says this about Project Hope and those that contribute to the ministry: “It is excellent because in a world of selfishness, it is good to see that there are people who serve others as Jesus did.” Robinson enjoys serving as a drum teacher because it is a way for him to serve God and others with his talents. He enjoys seeing the happiness on the faces of the children as they learn about music.
Robinson would like to say thank to everyone who helps, because “they are people who demonstrate through their actions and their lives that Jesus is in them.” He also prays that God will continue to bless the ministry so that more children can benefit.
Thank you Robinson for letting God use your talents!