Author Visits


Laurie Christine Author

Would you like Laurie Christine to visit your Christian school, homeschool group, or church group?  Learn more below!

“Laurie Christine visited our school to promote her book, Rise of the Enemy. She was well prepared and had hands-on activities to teach our students about the Armor of God. She was organized, used Bible verses in her presentation, and got on the student’s level. She was friendly, engaging and knowledgeable. She gifted all of our students with a bookmark and pen, which the students loved. Laurie Christine was flexible to accommodate our schedule and prompt at responding to all correspondence. Thank you Laurie!”

Librarian, Local Christian School

Put on the Armor of God

In this engaging, interactive presentation, Laurie Christine will challenge students to put on the armor of God, and learn how to defend against the attacks of the evil dragon.


How long is the presentation? 

The presentation can be customized for your needs. Anywhere from 30 minutes to one hour.

How far will you travel? 

Laurie will travel up to one hour from Lancaster, PA.  Further travel will require travel compensation.

Can you do virtual school visits? 

Yes! Laurie can do virtual school presentations. Laurie is in Eastern Standard Time, so school visits would need to fit within her schedule.

What age group is this appropriate for?  

This presentation is best for 2nd – 6th grades. (ages 8-12)

Does Laurie have teaching experience? 

Yes! Laurie has a background in public school education and she teaches 2nd grade Sunday school at her church (an average of 40-50 students per class). She uses a lot of Total Participation Techniques and classroom management strategies to make sure the whole class is engaged in the lesson.  (See video below).

How much does it cost? 

In person author visits cost $200, virtual author visits cost $100. But please don’t let the cost deter you. Contact Laurie to discuss options if the cost is not within your school or group budget.

How will students order books? 

For in-person visits, Laurie will provide a link for you to give to families to purchase the book via credit card. Books will be delivered to your school. Laurie also has flyers to send home with students at the time of the presentation. All books purchased through school visits will be autographed.

For virtual visits, please send families to Laurie’s Amazon page  (affiliate link) to purchase books. These books will not be autographed.

Is there a minimum number of books that need to be purchased? 

No, there is no minimum number of books that need to be purchased by students. But you will need to promote the book sale and author visit through your school newsletter or other means of communication with parents.

Can we see a video of a sample presentation?  

Yes!  See the video below.

A New Devotional for Preteen Boys


Rise of the Enemy

Book One of the Dragon Slayer Bible Stories

Rise of the Enemy, a Dragon Slayer Bible Story, will inspire boys to join the armies of the Dragon Slayer in the epic battle of good vs evil.  Through action-packed stories, inspiring scripture, and challenging devotional readings, boys will be trained to stand firm against the invisible enemy, and to use weapons of warfare to deflect the lies of the Evil One.

Laurie Christine

Meet Laurie Christine

Laurie Christine is an author, podcast host, certified Biblical Parenting Coach, Bible teacher, wife, and mom of four wild, loud, adventurous boys.

Her podcast, Redeeming the Chaos, invites moms of boys to join her on the wild, wonderful adventure of raising courageous boys and connecting them with Christ.

In addition to hosting a podcast, Laurie writes devotional Bible stories for families. As a mom of four young boys, she understands how important it is for parents to connect with their children, while communicating the truth of God’s Word to them in a way they can understand.

With degrees in Creative Writing, Biblical Studies and Education, Laurie has more than fifteen years of experience in teaching the Bible to young children, as well as writing Sunday School curriculum for her local church.