Undaunted (Student Edition)
In Undaunted: Student Edition, Christine Caine uses her dramatic life story to show teens how God rescued her from a life where she was unnamed, unwanted, and unqualified. She tells how she overcame abuse, abandonment, fears, and other challenges to...
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In Undaunted: Student Edition, Christine Caine uses her dramatic life story to show teens how God rescued her from a life where she was unnamed, unwanted, and unqualified. She tells how she overcame abuse, abandonment, fears, and other challenges to go on a mission of adventure, fueled by faith and filled with love and courage. Her personal stories inspire teens to hear their name called, just as Christine heard her own---'You are beloved. You are the hope. You are chosen'---to go into a dark and troubled world, knowing each of us possess all it takes to bring hope, create change, and live completely for Christ. Part inspirational tale, part manifesto to stir readers to lives of adventure, Undaunted: Student Edition shows the way with spiritual wisdom and insight.
A sought after speaker around the world, Christine Caine is passionate about the God life and seeing the local Church flourish across the earth.
She is a gifted communicator with a heart for reaching the lost and helping people unlock their God-given potential.
Christine is known for her tell-it-like-it-is, passionate, (and often humorous) way of communicating profound messages of hope and inspiration. Her message is impacting the lives of leaders, women, youth, the wider church and the unchurched across all continents.
She is one of the pastors and directors of Equip and Empower Ministries, as well as the founder of The A21 Campaign. Together with her husband Nick, and daughters Catherine and Sophia, Christine spends much of the year travelling to reach the lost, strengthen leadership, champion the cause of justice and build the local Church globally.
Her books include: A Life Unleashed, The Core Issue, Run To Win and Can I Have (and do) It All, Please?
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