First Lady

Evangelist Missionary

F. Robinson

Evangelist Missionary Theresa Fields Robinson is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Lee and the late Mr. Leroy Fields of Frogmore, South Carolina. Missionary Robinson is one of eight children, received her formal education in the public schools of Beaufort County, and studied Business Administration at the University of South Carolina and Coastal Carolina Community College.  She is currently enrolled in Slidell Seminary pursuing a degree in Christian Counseling.

She met and married Virgin Robinson III of Durham, North Carolina. They have one son, Kevin, who is currently serving his country in the United States Army; a daughter Rachel, and son-in-law, Minister Maurice Conner.  Elder and Evangelist Robinson are the proud grandparents of six granddaughters and two grandsons.            

Missionary Robinson accepted the Lord as her personal Savior in January of 1975 at Holy Redeemer Church in Beaufort, South Carolina where Elder Edward Mack, Sr., is the Pastor. She served on the Usher Board and in the Youth Department.  She has held numerous positions in the church over the years as military commitments have taken her to many parts of God’s vineyard. She is currently President of the Women’s Department, a Sunday School Teacher, and Financial Clerk in the ministry.  President of the District Ways and Means Committee and Secretaryof the Jurisdictional Aspirant Missionary Committee.  In August of 1994, a long awaited vision came to pass. New Covenant Early Childhood Learning Center met all state requirements and was certified and licensed under the leadership of Missionary Theresa Robinson.

Missionary Robinson’s greatest desire is to be of service where the Lord has need of her, to teach young women, help them realize that they can live a saved life and teaching them how to be a good wife and mother.  As a Pastor’s wife, First Lady Robinson encourages the Minister’s  Wives everywhere to stand by their husbands, to be supportive of their ministry and to keep them in prayer daily.