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Christine Caine - Net Worth $1.6 Million

Christine Caine - Net Worth $1.6 Million

November 30, 2017
Christine Caine born September 23, 1966, in Sydney Australia. Is an activist, evangelist, best selling author, and international speaker. Caine is perhaps best known her relationship with the pastor to the stars Carl Lentz and Global preaching phenomena Joyce Myers. In 2008 she founded The A21 Campaign , an organization that combats human trafficking, as well as Equip & Empower Ministries, which seeks to aid the development and growth of Christian churches and church leaders. Like most Prosperity Pastors, Caine's net worth comes from her speaking engagements and book sells. 
In 2015, they also founded Propel Women, an organization designed to honor the calling of every woman, empower her to lead, equip her for success, and develop a sense of God-given purpose. Powered by hot, extra-dry, skinny, cappuccinos, Christine is a lover of words who speaks too fast, talks too much, and also writes them down. Her most recent book is, Unashamed: Drop the Baggage, Pick Up Your Freedom, Fulfill Your Destiny.

Caine has written several books, including "A Life Unleashed", "Run to Win", "Can I Have (And Do) It All, Please?", "The Core Issue", "Undaunted", "Unstoppable", and "Unashamed", and has spoken about her passion for God, the local church and justice at conferences across the globe.

Caine was adopted as an infant and raised in a traditional Greek Orthodox home with traditional gender roles. “A woman was brought up to be in the home, and we weren't encouraged to read the Bible. The priest was the one who read the Bible—not the congregation. When I brought my first Bible home, my family acted like, Who do you think you are reading this?

Marrying and having babies was supposed to be my highest aspiration in life. I'm basically a Greek Orthodox mother's nightmare: I didn't marry until I was 30, didn't have my first child until I was 35, and I travel the world and teach the Bible.
 In terms of my own faith journey, growing up I attended a lot of two-hour services with liturgy in ancient Greek. I didn't really understand what was going on. We were diligent churchgoers, but it seemed to be more about our culture rather than a focus on a personal relationship with Jesus. So I grew up with a strong God-consciousness, but not a personal relationship with Christ.

I was sexually abused by several men in my life at a very young age. I tried to tell somebody that could have intervened, but 40 years ago in Australia, the word abuse didn't even exist. Nobody talked about that stuff. You walked in the shame of it, and you buried it.” Canie would say in an interview with Todays Christian.