Kristina Shiddell

Kristina Shiddell was born and raised in Kansas City, but has lived in Northwest Arkansas for the past 2 years. She received a BA in Psychology from Baker University, and completed the Kanakuk Institute after graduating college. Currently she oversees women’s discipleship at the Fayetteville campus for Lightbearers Ministries International, serves as a deacon and the children’s ministry director at The Hill Church,  and is working toward a Master of Theological Studies with an emphasis in Christian Counseling from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Mar 14

Feminism and the Fall by Kristina Shiddell

While we must fight against the oppression and violence that women experience around the world, we must be careful not to venture beyond that into a realm of self-exalting and unbiblical femininity.

Dec 6

Single Women, Marriage is Not the Goal by Kristina Shiddell

To set the goal of marriage, to see it as the ultimate prize and pinnacle of life, is destructive to a woman’s heart.

Oct 5

Fix My Eyes by Kristina Shiddell

What does it mean to fix our eyes?