Christine Field's Bio:
Christine M. Field practiced law for eight years before becoming a full-time Mommy. She and her husband, Mark, live and home school their four children in Wheaton, Illinois where Mark serves as Chief of Police. Three of their four children are adopted, one through a private adoption and two are from Korea. They are also active foster parents. She is the author of several books, including Coming Home to Raise Your Children (Fleming Revell, 1995), Should You Adopt? (Fleming Revell, 1997) A Field Guide to Home Schooling (Fleming Revell, 1998), Life Skills for Kids (Shaw/WaterBrook, 2000), and Help for the Harried Home Schooler (Shaw/WaterBrook 2002). Her newest book, Home Schooling the Challenging Child, is being published by Broadman & Holman and will be released in February 2005.
She serves as senior correspondent and Resource Room columnist for The Old Schoolhouse Magazine. Her work appears regularly at Crosswalk.com, Lifeway.com, Hearts at Home Magazine, The Proverbs 31 Homemaker and others. Her articles on life skills have appeared in Focus on the Family Magazine and Single Parent Family.
Visit Christine's website at www.HomeFieldAdvantage.org