For over 25 years, Christine has been touching audiences with heartfelt stories of hope and encouragement. Her winsome personality and vulnerable sharing has listeners laughing hysterically one minute and thoughtfully nodding the next. Christine’s authentically ties age-old truths to today’s situations bringing audience members on a journey of discovering hope, love and belonging.


Christine sets the perfect tone for events with her funny, yet vulnerable style. Audiences are drawn into her enthusiasm and caught up in the excitement of what’s to come. Christine welcomes everyone into a great experience. 


Christine gracefully crosses between corporate and faith-based audiences, offering hope, humor and heartfelt wisdom. She’s completely relatable and welcoming while bringing challenging messages that make listeners think. In a world full of voices, Christine Meggison’s stands out.
— Justin Wise, Founder & CEO, Think Digital

Christine commands a room the moment she walks in. She has an amazing combination of confidence, authenticity and humor that puts everyone at ease. At her core she has a heart for Jesus and delights in sharing her lessons in life to bring the Good News to audiences of all ages. We always look forward to Christine’s time with us.
— Mary Stier, Women’s Ministry Director, Lutheran Church of Hope

Christine is such a powerful speaker, and so relatable, no matter the topic. She’s not preachy, and lets you see right into her heart. Christine’s love for Jesus and her passion to share his love for others is so apparent in every talk she gives. I feel invigorated and empowered by her words, and just want to sit down with a cup of coffee and dig deeper with her each and every time.
— Tiffany Hamil, Marketing Account Executive and mom of two

Topics That Christine Speaks About:

  • Belonging: Finding Your People in Life and Faith
  • B Is A Good Grade: Discovering Joy in Imperfection
  • Going All In: Risking Everything For Hope
  • I Quit!: Kissing Balance Good-bye
  • I’m in Your Corner: Choosing Celebration over Competition
  • Wanna Play? Making Friends as a Grown Up
  • World’s Okay-est Mom: Freedom in Being Enough
  • Mothering In Community: I’ll Raise Your Kids If You’ll Raise Mine
  • Loving Your Imperfect Kids