Rekiah's Law

A mother's story of forgiveness and hope after her daughter's murder More

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About Kerryn Robertson

Kerryn Robertson lives and works in the North Eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, and has three children, Rekiah, Jesse and Indiana. She is married to Struan and also has two step-children, Prudence and Carl. Kerryn and Struan provide respite foster care monthly on a weekend, for a ten year old boy, and provide occasional care for other children.
Kerryn works in the Nillumbik Shire as a Direct Home Care Worker, caring for the elderly and disabled in their homes. Prior to this she completed three years of study, obtaining a Certificate III in Community Services and Diploma of Welfare. She also studied psychology and completed a number of writing courses. Since moving to the area in 2011, Kerryn has attended Eltham Baptist Church and is actively involved there, particularly in her role on the women’s ministry team. Struan and Kerryn have helped out with various outreach ministries, Bible studies and Home Groups. Kerryn enjoys playing word games with family and friends on the computer, and playing cards and board games. She has always enjoyed different sports and loves bushwalking with a group from church.
After Kerryn’s daughter Rekiah died, she immediately knew that one day she would write a book, and began to keep diaries and notes of what was going on, both factual and what was going on in her thoughts, so she could refer back to them later. Kerryn has spoken to the media on numerous occasions and has appeared on various current affairs programs to speak about Rekiah’s death, the injustice of the court proceedings, and on a more positive note, the forgiveness and hope she has because of her faith in God. She is also an advocate for Safe Steps Family Violence Response Centre. Kerryn has been a witness through her use of social media, and keeps in touch with many of Rekiah’s friends on Facebook.

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