About Christine

Christian Evangelist, Author, Prophet, Speaker.

Christine Brejcha is a Philadelphia native, born and raised. She is a mother of three beautiful children, ranging in ages 30, 14, and 12. Christine now serves in Washington DC with her Gospel Ministry, Christine’s Cornerstone Ministries, founded in 2017. After a debilitating backslide into depression and a near-fatal attempt on her life, she had a face to face encounter with Jesus Christ—a Damascus moment.

Christine shares, “This supernatural encounter with Jesus Christ and His angels radically changed my life forever.”

Christine shares, “Jesus shared with me what I was to do with the rest of my life, I was set-aside for a particular purpose, and since that day I have served Jesus Christ with my life–laid down everything I have ever known to pick up my cross and walk the walk of Christ.”

Christine Brejcha serves in many capacities of the ministry of Christ and has a specific call to share the Lord in many areas, including government.

Christine is also a minister to the people and most certainly to the broken-hearted, the unheard, and unloved. To those who have been pushed aside, in the same way, they pushed Jesus aside. The founder of Christine’s Cornerstone knows all too well as His ministry has not been received by the religious and self-righteous.

Yet, Christine never falls short when speaking the truth to the religious and those who have yet to believe in Jesus. She says, “sadly, those who oppose the truth are found in the churches.”

However, it doesn’t stop this woman from firmly teaching the true Gospel. She hears God’s voice candidly and prophetically shares His wisdom, warning, and direction.

Christine say’s, “no man has taught me the ways of the word, and or, His Ministry. It is the Spirit of the Lord who fills me. The Spirit of the Lord I answer too.”

Evangelist Brejcha also shares the oil of the Lord as an on-air voice and Contributor at Christian Mix 106 Radio; and is the weekly TV Host of Christine’s Cornerstone on the Life Network For Woman, founded by Pastor Paula White-Cain. Replays and other Gospel content can be found the CTF-TV Network.

Christine wants people to know how far Jesus has brought her. She admits she suffered many traumas in her life and was also a victim of child abuse. She suffered beatings and an extreme level of emotional trauma, leading her down a road of emotional confusion.

Christine left home at the age of 16 and spent many years of her youth raising herself and sowing unhealthy seeds as a wanderer searching for love and purpose.

Christine attempted to fill the voids in her life with unhealthy people and places, which is something that too commonly becomes of victims of abuse. Christine admits bartending in the 1990’s club scene and spent a few years working in the gentleman’s clubs. Christine is the first to share openly the devil’s detestable confusion and how Jesus set her free.

Christine recounts, “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. Christ then awakened her to her prophetic gift, which would set off a chain of events, that would take years to come to fruition.

Christine tells us, later, she would attend college for Political Science, graduate from a medical trade school, and spent sixteen years in and out of sales and finance in the automobile business, followed by received her Real Estate License. All while serving in ministry and outreach.

Like those who are challenged with their identity, Evangelist Brejcha found herself searching for her purpose in many places. She laughs and says, “like a fool, I am educated to do just about anything and through it all, the many colleges and careers, I always came up short and disappointed. I knew God called me to minister, but it was the doubts of others that led me to doubt myself. The prophetic mantle is a heavy office, and only until I was crushed and gave up everything for Christ was I equipped to carry it.”

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 mark. There is a price to pay and it takes nerve racking obedience to fulfill God’s plan for your life.

It takes the wisdom of failure to understand success. In the days of failure 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 work your way up.

True strength comes through humility and on order to rise-up you have to start from the bottom.

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 to it that you are honored for the beauty of who you are; when you celebrate the beauty of who you are.

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 spoken there is corruption, in our government, and in the body of the church, and to those who pollute the offices of God for gain; you are on your way out.

Christine relays God’s rebuke when He says, “the church has to become corrupted, and I will bring about the change.”

The Lord spoke, “I Am the Lord your GOD, I will remove from their hands, all which belongs to Me.”

Be on the lookout for a Remnant rising up, the Church who will raise the Name, Jesus Christ, above their own.

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

“It’s not what you know that makes a difference. It’s what you do with what you know that promotes change.”

-Christine Brejcha