Christina is our youngest child with ten years separating her from her nearest sibling. As such, we have been able to raise her much as an only child. Christina is very athletic excelling in sports, especially in soccer. She loves animals and is an avid reader.
Christina attended Waxahachie High School as a Sophomore. Her Junior year was split between WHS (where she was 10th in a class of 520+ with a 5.25 gpa on a 4 point system!) and correspondence school with the University of Nebraska Lincoln High School program and auditing some classes at ECA. She hopes to pursue a career which will allow her to put to good advantage her love of literature. She has aspirations of soon becoming a published author. She has already written several short stories .
Christina moved with her folks to Madrid (Meco) Spain in the Spring of 2007. She was able to take her pet Cocker Spaniel “Tagger” with her to Spain. While in Spain, Christina was active in street ministry and the Youth Group at school. She attended our bi-lingual church in Alcalá de Henares (suburb of Madrid). Christina graduated from the Evangelical Christian Academy high school in Camarma de Esteruelas, Madrid, on June 6th, 2008, with straight “A’s” both at ECA and her University of Nebraska courses. She stayed in Spain for another year in order to broaden her cultural experience and knowledge of Spanish and Europe.
Since the summer of 2009 Christina has lived in Springfield, Missouri, where she is pursuing a career in Creative Writing at Evangel University. She is now a second year Senior having added a second major, Theatrical Arts and a minor in Psychology. She is no stranger to the theater having actively participated in several productions serving as a backstage “techie” and with acting roles. She is actively writing, working on a novel among other projects. She is an official blogger for EU. She collaborated on the script for a film which was produced by the Fine Arts Dept. at Evangel University. She was assigned and wrote another the script for another film for the EU Communications Department, “Crying Wolf” which premiered in the Fall of 2013 to excellent reviews. She produced and directed a theatrical play called “Proof”.
Since her parents transferred to Global University in Springfield, Missouri, Christina has been able to move into their home with them. This has been a great blessing! One of her inspirations is the well-known, published author Ted Dekker. Christina has a brilliant future with her multiple talents and heart for the Lord and for people.
You can get better acquainted with Christina at her website www.christinajeter.com.