christine's bible study

The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God stands forever. Isa 40:8

About

Christine’s email is christinesbiblestudy[at]gmail.com.

Christine was raised in the Lutheran church and was born again and baptized in the Holy Spirit at the height of the Jesus Movement in the 70s. She and her husband David have been married 30 years, and have three children, whom she homeschooled, and four grandchildren. This is the story of Christine’s family.

David and Christine have served in various capacities in church in their lives: in choir, youth group, on evangelism and missions teams, as janitors, nursery workers and coordinators, children’s church directors, church secretary, administrative assistant to the pastor, and in women’s ministry.

David and Christine recently left Colorado where they raised their children, and relocated to Florida to be with David’s family. Christine is currently serving in intercessory and healing prayer in her new church in Florida. However, her passion since childhood has always been God’s Word: reading, knowing, and believing it, understanding its message, and opening that insight to others in a clear and uncomplicated way. For many years, she has been growing in the revelation of the Hebraic roots of Christianity.

Christine believes in justification (salvation or right- standing) by grace through faith (Eph 2:10), and sanctification (obedience or righteous behavior) as a product of that salvation and faith (Jam 1:22); that the new birth is not characterized by trust exclusively, but that it is, Trust and Obey. With the church fathers, she rejects the anti- nomian position as mistaken theology.

grace in the old testament
law in the new testament

Questions? Please ask at christinesbiblestudy[at]gmail.com.

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4 responses to “About

  1. Peter Lipton Wednesday 26 December 2012 at 10:12 am

    Just found your website. I love the clear concise way you Babylon, Nimrod etc. Looking forward to digging deeper! Thanks, Pete

  2. Beth Ann Werner Wednesday 27 November 2013 at 10:11 am

    Maranatha Sister Christine,

    I wanted to express to you how informative and enlightening your study on Deuteronomy 27 and 28 was to me. I am looking forward to learning more about God through your wonderful commentary!!

  3. christine Tuesday 3 December 2013 at 8:37 am

    Thank you very much Beth Ann. Glad you are here. :)

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