Resources by Christine Davis:
Christine Davis Christine Davis was born, raised, and still lives on a farm with her husband. She and Jay have together three adult children and six grandchildren. In addition, she is a health and fitness professional whose primary passions are to lead others into an active and vital walk and relationship with Jesus Christ and into a healthy lifestyle. Christine has a deep desire to be a part of the personal transformation in the lives of the lost and those seeking Christ through mentoring/discipleship in church and through twelve step recovery programs.
Frankenstein & Monsters of Our Own Making As a child, I enjoyed terrorizing myself by staying up late on Friday nights and watching scary movies. Most of the movies were old Hollywood classics and one such film was the 1931 version of Frankenstein starring Boris Karloff, based on the 1818 classic novel by Mary Shelley. The movie’s mute and murderous monster scared this... Christine Davis
What Psalm 23 Means for Your Relationship with God We’ve all heard Psalm 23 quoted, but have you ever wondered what Psalm 23 means for your own relationship with God? Here are 3 threads that connect the psalm to your most vital relationship. From start to finish, the Bible is packed with stories of people who found themselves in situations beyond human aid. Difficulties in... Christine Davis
Let Go or Be Dragged: 4 Things to Let Go Of A while back I was walking with our dog Bandit in town and as I turned a corner, I saw a gentleman and his two dogs jogging toward us. Experience has taught me to never assume people have trained their dogs to behave well in public so I tend to err on the side of... Christine Davis
Everybody Is Recovering from Something On a cold February night nearly a decade and a half ago, desperate with nowhere left to turn, I walked through the doors of a twelve step meeting. Searching for a ray of hope in my chaotic world, I found it in a room of total strangers where I began what was to become both... Christine Davis
An Invitation to Come in Out of the Dark As a little kid my older siblings and I would watch scary television shows and movies and–you’ll never believe it–I was scared of the dark. In fact, I slept with the closet light on until I was in the eighth grade because I was convinced evil things lived under my bed and waited in the... Christine Davis