Christine Wagoner

Christine is the Divisional Director for the State of Indiana with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and has been on staff with InterVarsity for 19 years. She received her Master of Arts in Counseling Ministries from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and holds a BS in Elementary Education from Butler University. Christine has a passion for combining leadership development and spiritual formation in mentoring and coaching. Christine is married to Kurt and lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Contributions by Christine Wagoner
By Christine Wagoner

Christine Wagoner reflects on God's faithfulness through her personal history with a favorite cookie.

By Christine Wagoner
I love going on road trips with friends. You learn a lot about your friends when you’re in the car with them for hours at a time. I have learned that Jill should never be given more than one Biggie Iced Tea during a trip, if you don’t want...
By Christine Wagoner

Where do we want to go out to eat this weekend? What book will I start reading? What job shall I pursue next? How will I invest my time and energy? We make choices in our lives, big and small...

By Christine Wagoner

There I was in the dark ultrasound room, a lab technician trying to detect what was causing so much pain and dysfunction in my body. I felt scared and vulnerable. But there was...

By Christine Wagoner

I had just spent the day with a colleague evaluating and planning for ministry at a college campus in Indiana — a campus that in the last year had seen many lives transformed by Christ, including the president of the campus...

By Christine Wagoner

Christine Twedt describes her journey of embracing her God-given leadership gifts.

By Christine Wagoner

I was at the grocery store the other day perusing the cheese cases and was excited to see they were giving away samples of gourmet cheeses. The woman handing out the samples engaged me in small talk, chatting about the delicious cheeses . . .

By Christine Wagoner

If we continue to struggle with issues we thought we'd put behind us, does that mean we're stuck in the same place? Christine Twedt says, no, God's blessings are here as well.