Christine Lindsay

Christine Lindsay

Christine Lindsay

Christine Lindsay was born in N. Ireland and is proud of the fact that she was patted on the head by Prince Philip when she was a baby. Her great grandfather, and her grandfather—yes father and son—were both riveters on the building of the Titanic. Tongue in cheek, Christine states that as a family they accept no responsibility for the sinking of the infamous ship.

It was stories of her ancestors who served in the British Cavalry in Colonial India that inspired her Multi-
Award-Winning historical series Twilight of the British Raj of which Book 1 Shadowed in Silk has won several awards. Book 2 Captured by Moonlight is so far a Finalist for the 2013 Readers Favorite Award, Finalist for This year’s Grace Award, and for The Word Guild Award.

Christine is currently writing the final installment of that series called Veiled at Midnight to be released August 2014. Also recently released is Londonderry Dreaming, a romance novella set in Londonderry Northern Ireland. Christine makes her home in British Columbia, on the west coast of Canada with her husband and grown up family. Her cat Scottie is chief editor on all her books.

Christine Lindsay would love to connect with you on her website at www.ChristineLindsay.com, or drop by her blog for inspiration www.ChristineLindsay.org or follow her on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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Speaking: 

Topic 1: SO WHO NEEDS A FATHER ANYWAY?
Growing up, knowing only the love of her mother, Christine Lindsay learned through the heartache of relinquishing her own child to adoption just how much God loves His children, and just how much we need the Father’s love.

Topic 2: HEARTACHE, THOSE BIG OLD LUMPS OF COAL IN YOUR CHEST.
Relinquish your heartache to God and see how He turns that big old lump of coal into a diamond that flashes the light of His love into the lives around you.

Topic 3: SETTING UP MILESTONES
Now that I’ve told you my story, it’s time for you to learn how to tell yours. There are so many ways to write or tell your story. Don’t miss out on telling yours, and like Joshua and the Children of Israel did, leave story stones behind for the generations to come.