For All Who Wander: Why Knowing God is Better than Knowing it All, is written by Robin Dance, who is also an (in)courage author.
Dance has a corresponding journey guide/journal that corresponds with the book. Dance’s goal is to “help others find hope and healing in their own story” while reading hers.
Her book includes 25 chapters, which correspond to the journey guide.
Dance’s purpose in providing the journey guide is so readers can read, reflect, resolve, and pray – enhancing their reading experience.
Her book includes highlighted key points, relevant quotes from written works, etc., incorporates Scripture and shocking statistics.
As for myself, I loved Dance’s creative chapter titles! She shows a great deal of creativity in crafting her writing.
As a fellow blogger, I enjoyed her description of her blogging journey and the impact it had over her life. Dance is relatable, open and authentic.
She effectively uses the teachable moments in her life to teach, help and encourage others. Incorporating media and literature of today with her story, was a treat.
I enjoyed my journey through her book and would highly recommend it for Christian women.
About the Author
Robin Dance is a writer, speaker, and contributor to the (in)courage community and The Art of Simple.
She’s traveled to India as a blogger and child sponsorship advocate for Compassion International, and her writing has been featured in ten book compilations as well as HomeLife and Mature Living magazines.
She and her husband, Tad, are enjoying newfound freedom as empty nesters, but they keep their fingers crossed and the back door open for their three adult children.
As Southern as sugar-shocked tea, she currently lives in Macon, Georgia, and online at robindance.me.
At (in)courage you are welcome to a place of faith, connection, and friendship, where you will always find yourself among friends.
Founded in 2009 by DaySpring, the Christian products subsidiary of Hallmark Cards, Inc., the vision for (in)courage was to create a new home for the hearts of women, where women take turns pulling up a chair to share their stories of what Jesus looks like in their everyday, gloriously ordinary, and often messy lives.
Since then, (in)courage has grown into a vibrant community that reaches thousands of women every day, welcoming them just the way they are, offering a space to breathe, loving support, and resources for meaningful connection.