Christiana was born in Sierra Leone, West Africa and moved to the United States in
January of 1980. She currently lives in North Carolina with her husband Daniel, a
Rhema Bible School graduate, their two daughters, Rhema and Crystal, and a rambunctious Doberman, named Mr. Steel.
Their son Joel, currently serves in the Navy.
young girl in Africa, she knew God had a call on her life to
preach His Word. Somehow
it seemed inevitable, being born into a family of preachers.
Her great grandmother was the first female evangelist in her hometown.
Arama Christiana's grandfather was a pastor of the African Methodist
Episcopal Church (AME) and so was her father.
school, there was always a list going around the class to read her latest story.
Her classmates knew that theatre and writing were her great passions
and she was always one of the first to sign up and audition for
school plays. When
she wasn't paying attention in class, she was busy writing or daydreaming.
This was commented many times on her report cards.
preparation for what God has called her to do, she preached twice
a month at the Preachers’ Workshop in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
Her secular experience includes years as a
technical and clinical writer, and courseware developer and
trainer. She has also
developed and administered training for the pharmaceutical and
information technology industries.
Her desire is to become a full-time inspirational writer and speaker and
she plans to dedicate all future writings and work in matters that are of
The Children of Sierra
Leone, was published by Richard
C. Owens Publishers, Inc.