Christin Morse grew up in a large family in rural small-town Utah, and later attended Rick’s College in Idaho. She married in 1994 and they brought up their six children in Logan Utah. In 2011 her family moved to Texas, where she found her true heart’s land and people.
Eight years into their time living in The Woodlands, she and her husband met financial hardship. Christin had learned much about baking and so she started a small but successful bread bakery from her front porch, called Curly Chef’s Porch Bakes.
Following a series of events including crisis and divorce, Christin found herself the sole caretaker of her children. She found a retail space for lease in Tomball, sold her home, and she and her children relocated to an apartment across the street from her new bakery called Manna Bread From Heaven.
In 2019 Christin met and married Robert Morse, a widower and retiree from the Air Force. They began a new blended family life together in Woodforest, and Robert supported her in many ways during the challenging stages of business growth and during COVID, until Manna had systems enough to stabilize.
Robert currently teaches ROTC at Klein Collins High School, while Christin continues to oversee her growing business.
Manna Bakery has recently relocated to Commerce Street as a large and uniquely-themed bistro cafe. The 15-employee work family serves residents of Tomball with fresh coffee, breakfast and lunch meals, breads and pastries – and regularly supplies 5 local coffee shops with their products.
Christin’s favorite part of her job is meeting people, hearing their stories, as together they “taste and see what the Lord has done”.