Our Pastor - Patrick Robinson
I’ve been married for 21 wonderful years to my wife Elisabeth. Together we have four beautiful children. Lillian, Crossland, Daisy, and Maclain…..oh, and I can’t forget our Chocolate Lab named Drake.
And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.
“The unexamined life is hardly worth living”
Mac or PC
Definitely a Mac….and if you're not, you honestly don’t know what you're missing!
Fly fishing and waterfowl hunting would be tops, and on the slow days I can be found tying flies for use with my fly fishing pursuits. Aside from that I am happy to be outside whether hiking a mountain trail or working in my garden or various landscapes.
Mancy’s Steakhouse (Toledo, OH), Akai Hana (Columbus, OH), I Love Sushi (Clovis, CA), and any other sushi restaurants that I can find.
"The Blood of Lambs" by Kamal Saleem, “The Greatest Generation” by Tom Brokaw, “Impossible People” by Oz Guiness, "Lone Survivor" by Marcus Lutrell, and "Above The Line" by Urban Myer.
Born and raised in Seymour, Indiana, I am the product of a small town. Growing up, we were excited to be the hometown of John Mellencamp, the world famous musician. Aside from that, my childhood was one that you would expect from a boy growing up in a small town.
As long as I can remember, I have been in church. I am quite the community guy given the fact that I was dedicated as an infant in the Methodist church, accepted Christ as my Lord and Savior and was baptized in water in the Baptist church, discovered a true relationship with Christ in the Assemblies of God, and received my call to ministry while attending a non-denominational church at the age of 19. Shortly after receiving my call to ministry I attended Christ For The Nations Institute in Dallas, Texas where I traveled the country as a part of ‘Living Praise’ a worship band that represented the school.
Since 2005 I have been found at Horizons Christian Assembly as Lead Pastor because this is where God directed me to be. During my time here, God has done some great things in my life personally. In faith I came, in faith I serve, and with great joy, I am witnessing God do extraordinary things in the lives of every day ordinary people. There is no better place to be if you ask me!