Elder Robbins has been a member of Friendship Christian Church since 1994 and has been employed at FCC since 2001.
Elder Charlene Robbins is a native of Lincolnton, North Carolina. She presently resides in Belmont, North Carolina.
After graduating from Hunter Huss High School, Gastonia, North Carolina, Elder Robbins went on to attend ECPI College of Technology, Charlotte, North Carolina. She has also received training from The Spirit Flows School of Ministry, Gastonia, North Carolina. She holds an Associates of Arts Degree from Gaston College, Dallas, North Carolina and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Religious Studies from Gardner Webb University, Boiling Springs, North Carolina. She is presently pursuing her Masters of Divinity Degree from Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Also, during her studies at Regent University, Elder Robbins obtained Life, Growth & Leadership Coaching credentials from Lifeforming Leadership Coaching of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
After submitting to the Call of God, Elder Robbins was licensed to preach on November 17, 2007 and ordained as an Elder in the Lord’s Church on March 23, 2016. As Spiritual Daughter to Bishop John and Elder Dekota McCullough, at Friendship Christian Church, she serves as the Ministry Leader for the LCD Screen Ministry. She also serves on the Mass Choir and Praise Team. Her primary passion is teaching and breaking down the Word of God for all to understand. She has also been employed at Friendship Christian Church since 2001.
In August 2015, Elder Robbins launched Virtuous Insight Life and Destiny Coaching which is a ministry designed to assist people in discovering their life purpose and catching their dreams. This ministry hosts a quarterly DreamCatcher Workshops and monthly webinars and various other events to promote fulfilling and operating in one's destiny. She has also hosted her own radio show – entitled Virtuous Insight Radio.
Elder Robbins truly believes that "A man's gift maketh room for him, and bringeth him before great men" Proverbs 18:16. She encourages all people to find their gift(s) and allow God to use them!
Elder Robbins is married to her “best friend” Keith Robbins and they have five children.