About Matthew Robinson

  • Creative Arts manipulator, developer, planner, husband, and father. I direct choirs, make graphic art, and film, photograph and edit movies in praise of Christ.
  • I am Director of Music and Fine Arts at First United Methodist Church in Missouri City, Texas.
  • I am husband to Rhonda and father to Christopher and Zachary.
  • I am from a small town, Quitman, TX.
  • I graduated from Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, AR.
  • I graduated with a masters degree from Southern Methodist University.
  • I’ve been involved in full-time church music ministry for over twenty years.
  • I’m constantly learning and exploring new things about family, faith, film, and fun stuff.
  • Music in my passion that happens to be my vocation.
  • I’m the type of person who wants to help — whenever I can.
  • I’m very much in favor of the positive outlook..
  • I have failed. I own my failures. I seek to learn from them.
  • I have succeeded. I want to learn how others have been successful. This helps me and my journey.
  • There is nothing better than a great, loving family — not even chocolate.
  • I’m an unapologetic Dallas Cowboy fan but not a Houston Texans hater.
  • I’m an unapologetic Texas Ranger fan but not a Houston Astros hater.
  • I enjoy watching both the Mavericks and the Rockets.
  • I strive for excellence in all things but not at the expense of a person’s worth.
  • Favorite phrase, “Let’s partner on this . . .”
  • Other favorite phrase, “My momma taught me better. I’m sure yours did, too.”
  • I’m not afraid of the hard decision.
  • I don’t drink coffee but it grieves me that I don’t care for it.
  • My caffeine intake is via Dr. Pepper. That’s right, I’m a Pepper.
  • I cross party lines — I like both dogs and cats.

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