“If you spin, marginalize, and homogenize the dark places of your life, you do an ultimate disservice to the generations to come. Redemption is the thread that holds the tapestry together and makes it truly beautiful.”
- Carter Robertson from Playin’ on the Tracks
“Carter has such a gift and happily gives us a front row seat on her remarkable journey...Thanks Carter for letting me reflect, laugh and cry with you.”
- Steve Green, Christian recording artist
Carter is available for Women’s Ministry groups, retreats, book clubs, concerts, and other speaking and artistic engagements.
It’s not surprising that we search for meaning, connection, and significance; we were made for the Garden of Eden after all. It’s also not surprising that we can be given a good foundation of truth and still choose to walk away. Adam and Eve had an unhindered relationship with the all-time perfect father, and they still rebelled and chose the counterfeit. But God in his omnipotence & divine redemptive plan refused to allow Adam & Eve’s fall to be the end. He’s the great Redeemer and each one of our stories is proof.
Ephesians 2:10 says, “We are God’s workmanship (also translated “works of art”) created in Christ Jesus to do good works (works of art), which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Psalm 139: 13 & 14 speaks to the one-of-a-kind blueprint for each human. We are “fearfully and wonderfully made.” No one else on the planet is completely like us. I believe God uses each person and each person’s unique story to tell the greater story of His unfailing love, and divine purpose. Playin’ on the Tracks is mine.