Barb Roberts

Barbara M. Roberts has a degree in pastoral care and family counseling from Regis University, and she has been in the field of caring for those who hurt for many years. Her teaching and speaking, as well as one-on-one caregiving and pastoral counseling, have given her broad experience and exposure to the needs of others.

"Listening, sharing in another's pain, and being privileged to pray with that person are a gift that God has given to me. I am blessed to be able to use the gift for what I hope continues to be to His glory."

Barb was called by God at a very young age. Even as a young girl, her heart desired to know God and to serve Him. She is a Colorado native who grew up in the Denver area and has stayed close to home. In 1961, she married her husband, Ken, and her greatest joys involve her family -- husband, three children and their amazing spouses, and nine grandchildren.

Being Restored From the Inside Out No Comments

What do you do when you get really weary – I mean “bone weary”? Sometimes I experience that kind of weariness and I find it a difficult thing to talk about … let alone to write about. It is a weariness that requires more than a good night’s sleep but rather calls for renewal and restoration. When life gets incredibly heavy and you feel depleted, there are, of course, a variety of ways to fill up an empty bucket. However, if the filling does not include some means of internal filling, the bucket will be “leaky!”. Psalm 23 is a favorite of many, used often when planning a funeral…

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