Award-winning author Christine Sunderland has been interested in matters of belief since the age of sixteen when her father, a Presbyterian minister, lost his faith and left the Church. She serves today as Church Schools Director for the Anglican Province of Christ the King and Vice-President of the American Church Union. She has edited and written numerous parish materials for children, and seven children's novellas set in France and San Francisco (see www.Anglicanpck.org). She has written three novels set in Western Europe published by OakTara: Pilgrimage, Offerings, and Inheritance, based on her extensive travels. Each story explores Christian faith and practice, healing of body and soul, and the sanctity of life. Offerings won the Bronze Medal, Independent Publishers Award for 2010. A fourth novel, Hana-lani, set in Hawaii, explores tradition, family, and the meaning of love, and will be released in the next two years. She is working on a fifth novel about Mary Magdalene, set in Rome and Provence.
Christine holds a B.A. in English Literature, is an alumnus of the Squaw Valley Writers Workshop and the Maui Writers Retreat. Her extended family includes eight grandchildren, three nieces, one nephew, and three goddaughters. She lives with her husband and two incredible cats, Lady Jane and Laddie.
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