September 2023: Christine Galib featured on VoyageHouston Podcast
August 2023: Etched in Stone selected to receive B.R.A.G Medallion
July 2023: Eternae Featured in Bold Journey Magazine
June 2023: Eternae Featured in Canvas Rebel Magazine
June 2023: Panelist, “What Will Be Our Future?” at the Christian Scholars Conference at the Lanier Theological Library & Learning Center x Lipscomb University
April 2023: Catching up with President and First Lady Sloan, and Angela Merkle, at Houston Christian University's Annual Author Celebration
April 2023: Parables presented to Kelly Hawkins, President and CEO, KRJ
March 2023: Parables reading and book signing of Parables and Etched in Stone at the University of Houston Honors College
March 2023: Etched in Stone presented to David Cordúa & placed on The Lymbar’s shelf in honor of International Women’s Day!
January 2023: Celebrating Etched in Stone at Honoring Rice University Authors, Editors, Composers and Artists of works published in 2022 event
December 2022: Parables from the Pandemic and Etched in Stone book signing at the Gensler Holiday Market
November 2022: Etched in Stone book signing at Crafting for a Cure to support Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society!
October 2022: Etched in Stone book signing at the Louisville Book Festival!
September 2022: Canvas Rebel's Feature - Meet Christine Galib
March 2022: Parables' first official book signing and bonus, gave a sneak peek of Etched in Stone!
January 2022: Christine Galib featured on The Drexel EdD IMPACT Podcast, hosted by Dr. Deanna Hill and Dr. Stephanie Smith Budhai
January 2022: Parables featured on the Lanier Theological Library's Stone Chapel Podcast, hosted by Dr. David Capes
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Etched in Stone goes to England!
"'A Revolution' is a visceral poem...gut wrenching and soul crushing. That is the beauty of good poetry: conveying deep emotion in a few lacerating lines. The emotions expressed in your lines probably reverberate within us all."
-- Reader DT
"Because the author provides thought provoking questions at the end of each parable, this book would be a perfect choice for a discussion group or a book club."
-- Reader NL
"This is the little wetland where I spent my pandemic days and nights. It is my sacred place where I stayed grounded and connected to love. Doesn't it look like the book is glowing? Must be the divine light flowing from it."
-- Reader AR
"I didn’t even know this picture was snapped, but sometimes the moments in which we're captured unawares are the most compelling."
-- The pensive lady in black
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