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About Christine Hornback
Christine Gilliam Hornback is a wife of thirty-nine years and a mother of two boys. Christine is a home school Mom and is a #1 Bestselling Author. She has 12 fiction and non-fiction published books as well as several journals, planners, diaries, and notebooks that she created and published using original artwork or designs. She is an Artist, Art Instructor, Speaker, Spiritual Midwife and Owner at Birthing Your Dream Author Services.
Christine is active in her local church where she had directed the Women’s Ministry for 13 years. Christine stepped out of the Director’s role when she began ministering more and more through her writings, Inspirational Speaking, and art. She has been a member of (WWW) Women, Weapons, of Warfare a Global Prayer Ministry. She has encouraged and taught others as she has spoken at annual ministry conferences, churches, women’s retreats, homeschool groups, local libraries, and community centers. Christine is also a regular blogger and is the Administrator of her own Private Facebook Group where she encourages others to pursue their gifts and passions as God purposed them to do.
In her downtime, Christine gardens and preserves vegetables as she enjoys carrying on her parents' and grandparent's traditions. Finally, she enjoys being active in her local community and is a member of the Douglas County Art Guild, where she does several annual arts and craft shows paired with her book signing events annually!
Please check back often with Christine as she has many more books of various genres to come!
Titles By Christine Hornback
"Birthing, although the most natural and beautiful thing God gave women to do, is not a pretty little job whether in the natural or spiritual. No Mam, it is a dirty, messy job! It requires you to pull strength out of a place that you never even imagined you had. It also means that you will sweat and wrestle within and without to get relieved of the thing that you longed to see and hold more than anything just hours before labor. It is a process where there is no turning back baby! You will give birth to that "Holy thing"! After you deliver, Oh my, how your whole entire world is rocked forever!
The only way to move forward is to know you are here for a reason. Regardless of what happens to you, God will help you to be healed and move on. He hasn't left you or forsaken you. He still has a wonderful plan for your life, but you must make a choice. Are you going to keep your car (life) parked in the garage or are you going to take it for a spin? I say spin very loosely because I want you to get a sense of how thrilling it is when you move out of your comfort zone into the perfect will of God for your life. Are you ready to start the engine? If so let's go!
Jenny Lynn will cause us to step back to a place and time where family, church, and community were almost synonymous. She will take you to small town USA where the beautifully displayed Christmas windows of the local Ben Franklin's Five and Dime Variety Store, beckons you inside. She also invites you to an annual church Christmas program which will bring the whole community together and will reveal to you a little girls heart.
Come away with her on this wonderful Christmas journey and let her reveal Christmas’ true meaning to you. Perhaps if you already know the true meaning and why Christmas should be celebrated, then simply let Jenny Lynn help you to rekindle the Christmas spirit in someone else who has possibly forgotten.
Maybe she would tell a humorous story about the time that Henry as a little boy helped himself to some fireworks from Mr. Harper's truck that turned out to be explosives. That was one Fourth of July that Mason Creek didn't soon forget! Henry ran like a scared rabbit and climbed up into the Oak tree's outstretched branches until the smoke cleared.
Or, maybe the Oak would tell more of a sweet romantic story of a nine year old Henry meeting Helen Elaine Myers. He knew at nine years old when he pushed her in his swing that hung from the Oak tree that he was going to marry that little blue eyed, blond haired gal someday!
Unfortunately all stories told by the old Oak tree cannot always be humorous or romantic. When Helen, the love of Henry's life winds up in a nursing home, Henry becomes heartbroken and lonely. Unfortunately, in order to deal with his emotions, he develops temporary amnesia and winds up in the same nursing home. The couple, determined to leave Glenview's Residential Home for the Elderly will do anything to resume their passionate pursuit of love and reclaim their lives. Henry discovers a key to unlocking his memory bank by revisiting the old Oak tree in his mind, as well as a few other unexpected ways. Who better to help him find his way home than the old Oak who knew all there was to know about Henry?