Christine Metzing is a medical doctor and the married mother of four beautiful children, all of whom have been homeschooled through high school and graduated from Mt. Sophia Academy. A graduate of New York Medical College, Christine completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center, where she specialized in internal medicine with a subspecialty in the social aspects of healthcare. She also received advanced training in the care of those with addictions. She served as the medical director of two homeless shelters and was an attending physician at the Daniel Leicht HIV/AIDS clinic in Manhattan. After working in private practice in Virginia for many years, she semi-retired from medical practice, making some exceptions, and entered the Delaware home-school world with her children. For most of those years, Christine was involved with co-ops, eventually serving as an administrator of a large homeschool co-op where she taught various science, Spanish, and high school history courses. Also teaching at Mt. Sophia Academy for many years, she has taught various Bible classes along with college prep/advanced/honors-level chemistry and biology classes. Because of gratitude toward God for all that He has done for her through Christ, Christine loves to serve. She has volunteered as a Sunday School teacher, ladies Bible study leader, VBS leader, and as a youth/AWANA leader for many years. In the community, she has worked with Youth for Christ and the Boys and Girls Club. Christine has a passion for missions, evangelism, and discipleship which has led her to organize and lead annual medical/Christian mission trips, where she uses her medical skills and fluency in Spanish to spread the gospel and care for the people of La Ciudad Vieja, Guatemala. She loves MSA and teaching, especially the Bible, and she loves making difficult subjects easier to understand.