Rebecca was bitten by the writer's bug at a young age, filling notebooks and bound journals with her imaginative stories. Life was not complete without something to scribble on.
As a young adult, Rebecca worked as a freelance writer for a variety of publications, including the Globe Gazette (Mason City, Iowa), North Iowa Woman, and Right Road. She attended Waldorf College (Forest City, IA), earning a B.A. in English, with a focus in creative writing. She served as the Managing Editor of the college's literary journal, The Muse.
Following college, Rebecca attended Luther Seminary (St. Paul, MN) where she earned a Masters of Divinity, and where she met her husband and love of her life, Christopher. Both were ordained and served as co-pastors of a rural two-point parish in North Dakota. Rebecca and Christopher's daughter was born during that time and Rebecca writes about the difficulties she faced balancing motherhood and the work of a pastor. After many struggles, God has brought Rebecca and Christopher to Montana, where Christopher serves a local congregation and Rebecca divides her time among several activities: corralling the always energetic Burrito, caring for little Mr. Bean, exploring avenues of using her gifts in writing and communication, and cooking up creative meals for the family to enjoy. She leads a young families' Bible study at her church and is involved in other local ministries.
Rebecca has skills as a writer, copywriter, editor, speaker, and Biblical teacher. She is open to freelance opportunities for using these skills. For more information on Rebecca's freelance copywriting/editing business, please click here.
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