About Christine

Servant, Saved By Grace, Unworthy Made Worthy, Through Christ.

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Christine Brejcha is a Philadelphia native-born and raised presently living in Washington DC. Christine is the founder of Christine’s Cornerstone Gospel Homeless Outreach. Serving through Christ’s Holy Spirit and helper as Matthew 4:23-24 declares teaching, preaching, healing, casting out demons, and prophetic exhortation.

While abiding in James 1:27, God our Father’s acceptable religion pure and faultless to feed and care for orphans and widows, and the less fortunate, homeless, destitute, addicted, sick, and teach them while in their distress how to get out from under the world’s pollution through the Gospel.

Christine is a sinner saved by Grace, and a prophetic watchman called out of the world to share in the commission of Christ after a near-death and Supernatural encounter with Christ in 2017. Jesus physically met her at her side and, through His audible voice and Light, not only did she meet face to face Christ, but this Divine deliverance was the Damascus encounter that freed her from a demonic attack that sought to take her life that evening.

She would be told by God who she was and what would be of the remainder of her days for the Kingdom of God. This Damascus encounter changed the trajectory of her entire life and, since that day, a fiery example of the cost of service to Christ.

Christine is now a former host on the Life Network for Women. In contrast, a present radio host of “Today’s Heart Light” on Christian Mix 106, the radio for the Remnant Saturday evenings at 9 PM EST sharing the plea of the gospel of Jesus Christ with no pay, her commitment freely poured out as it was freely given.

At the same time, a regular presence on social media sharing the gospel and Holy Spirit Council and prophetic warning and utterance, meanwhile in the drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, and previously the prisons.

Christine’s God-given mission is the commission of Christ to build disciples and gather Christ’s sheep through the church’s edification and Biblical exhortation.

Christine is a strong advocate in the Pro-Life movement and Hospice, providing emotional counseling through the word of God as a Prophetic voice bringing emotional healing and instruction. Meanwhile, a volunteer for many prominent Pro-Life institutions.

Christine says, “no man has taught me the word, to prophecy or, how to use what Christ placed into my hands. His Ministry. The Spirit of the Lord fills me and functions through this earthen vessel; He teaches me, and according to 1 John 2:27, “As for you, the anointing you received from him remains in you, and you do not need anyone to teach you. But as his anointing teaches you about all things and that anointing is real, not counterfeit—just as it has taught you, remain in him.

“Jesus spoke to me, “Christine, Follow Me.” He called me by name. I answered the call of Christ to ready the people for the coming of our Savior.

“The Christ is my covering. I answer to Christ having learned the rebuke of the Lord. I work out my salvation with fear and trembling, and similarly, we all would be wise to do the same.”

Christine wants people to know how far Jesus has brought her. She admits to suffering several traumas in her life, starting from childhood. At the hands of her parents through the generational demons in her bloodline. The emotional trauma and physical abuse lead her down a spiraling road of emotional confusion—a life void of identity.

Christine left an abusive home at 16 to spend her teenage years living with friends and parents who had compassion for her while cultivating numerous identities as a wanderer searching for love and purpose. Something we see far too often in broken families and abandoned children, yet the favor of God kept her safe for a future in the will of God.

Christine attempted to fill the voids in her life with unhealthy people, places, and things, including substances, which too commonly become victims of abuse. Christine admits that after her mother wanted nothing more to do with her and her siblings in 1991, she became a bartender in the club scene, surviving in the world alone, the best she could while raising her sixteen-year-old brother and newborn baby.

Christine is the first to openly share the devil’s confusion of worthlessness, leading many astray. The reason she proclaims to the world in how Jesus Christ set her free and seeks to free others. This woman knows a loveless life and desires the unloved to feel the tender care of Christ.

Christine recounted being saved initially in 2001, “It was September 18th, two thousand and one when I received a Bible for my birthday. My eleven-year-old daughter gifted me with the words that would change my life. I was awakened to God’s prophetic gifting. I had my first vision and encounter spiritually with Christ days later, setting off a chain of events that would take years of pain and hardship to see to its fruition.

Christine tells us later she would attend college for Political Science and pursue her heart’s passion for justice yet later forced to quit due to a lack of support, finances, or family to help, so becoming a slave to the work world and later marrying to become a stay at home mother.

Christine graduated from a medical program and spent years caring for children with acute illnesses, and later found a long-time career in sales and finance in the automobile business, Real Estate shares, all while serving in ministry and outreach for close to twenty years since 2002.

Like those challenged with their identity, Christine searched for her purpose in many places, but her love was always for the Lord and justice for the people, and however that looked. She laughs and says, “like a fool, I am experienced in many areas, but the only place I belong is in God’s will.

Still, and throughout life, it was the doubts of others that led me to doubt myself. And for those who do not know, the prophetic mantle is a heavy office to carry, and only after I was crushed in Spirit, traveling the desert with Jesus. Equipped by God to move in it effectively. God asked me to give up everything and walk with Him to learn what He had suffered, and in obedience, not perfection, He showed me.

Christine wants others who are confused to know, “you have not missed your mark in life; sometimes it takes years to be refined through the Spirit of Lord to hit the target. There is a price to pay, and it takes nerve-racking obedience to fulfill God’s plan for your life.

“The pathway to perseverance is the walk of the cross; despite the difficulty. The defining moments are found in the weight that allows for the pressing that is found in the anointing of Christ— producing the oil.

The mirror of the burden and shame is undoubtedly a blessing in disguise, the reason others can’t see until the veil is lifted. In Christ’s shame He carried the cross through the ridicule as He neared His crucifixion which ended in redemption.”

It takes the wisdom of failure to understand success, and in the days of loss is where the life-saving lessons are learned. The blows of hardship and disappointment are what build character and perseverance. So, find no shame in starting from the bottom and working your way up in Christ and for Christ.

True strength comes through humility, and in order to rise up, you have to start from the bottom, and everything we need is found in the strength and power of Jesus Christ.

Remember, the people you surround yourself with will affect every area of your life. So be sure to fly with Eagles, and leave the chickens on the ground. Be wise and place Jesus Christ first, and all things will be added. Each of us is a diamond in the rough, waiting on our moment to shine.

God will see that you are honored for the gem of who you are; when you celebrate the treasure in you. We are made in the likeness and image of God, both male and female He created us.

We have this treasure in jars of clay that reveals Christ’s power in His people, not us.

The demons of depression, fear, worthlessness, and anxiety are not from God. They are of the devil. The serpent seeks to kill, steal, and destroy all that is good in God. So place all faith in Jesus Christ and wear your armor tight—the word of God is to be your best friend.

Remember, there is freedom in the Lord, and he or she who the Son sets free, is free indeed.

The Lord has revealed the corruption in our government and churches, but many ignore His plea. To those who pollute the offices of God for gain, there is an expiration date.

The Lord says, “I will remove everything from their hands belonging to Me.”

“Pride comes before the fall, but the humble will be exalted.” Saith the LORD.

Proverbs 16:18 Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall.

“It’s not what you know that makes a difference. It’s using what you’ve learned that promotes change.”

-Christine Brejcha