Lina Andronovienė is a Lithuanian, born in the port of Klaipėda. Since her early days, she has been involved in the life of the Baptist church in Klaipėda (which, after the Soviet period, meets again in the oldest Baptist church building in use on continental Europe). She never thought she would be a theologian, and had focused her energies on languages, literature, and creative writing. However, some years ago, it dawned on her that theology could include literature and the rest of humanities, and two passions became one. While she remains involved in the life of Lithuanian Baptists, her work and ministry has been largely international. For a number of years, she taught at the International Baptist Theological Seminary (Prague, and now Amsterdam), and now is based at the Scottish Baptist College on the West coast of Scotland. A musician and artist as well as a theologian, she remains involved in the wider church life, and speaks at conferences on various aspects of ethics, spirituality, and theology of culture.