Rebekah grew up a quirky, curly headed girl from a one stop light town in Texas. She spent most days there searching for something she was good at besides talking. Reading and writing were always two of her very first loves (besides George Strait and Dr. Pepper) and she would dream up some of her best stories in her head while standing on the sidelines cheering for her hometown football games.
Most days now you can find her — still writing, loving a different country music man (her husband), mama-ing, and balancing the cups of coffee she drinks with lemon water; all while working hard to keep her hair straight in the Nashville humidity.
Rebekah is passionate about embracing stories of struggle as a path to restoration and finding our truest selves. Her vision is to put a face and words to authenticity by sharing real stories of love, imperfections and #metoomoments. She believes the greatest asset we have to accomplish the mission of showing people a lasting impression of Jesus is to find the beauty in our own messy stories and stepping into the confidence to use our voices to share them. She believes in the healing power of the words, “Me too.”
Rebekah has been married to her college sweetheart, Chris, for 11 years. Together, they have one beautiful daughter, Gracie Ann.