Dustin and Rebecca George: Pursuing the Call God Places on Our Lives, A Pastor and Pastor’s Wife’s Perspective
The Marriage Project
Dustin and Rebecca George live in Brookhaven, Mississippi, and have quite the unique perspective as Dustin is the lead pastor of Easthaven Baptist Church. Episode 26 gives us an inside look into how pastors and their families navigate full-time ministry and we hear the story of Dustin and Rebecca met and how God took two very independent individuals (who might I add have a 19 year age difference) and called them to marriage, to each other. Rebecca is passionate about cheering others on in the pursuit of making God known through their unique calling and hosts a podcast called Do The Thing Movement.Connect with Rebecca on her Instagram and listen to Pastor Dustin’s latest sermons at Easthaven Baptist Church podcast on Apple Podcasts.
056: Rebecca George - Keeping an Eternal Perspective
We Are Free
How do we keep our eyes fixed on Jesus in the midst of all the feelings of 2020? What is the hardest part about keeping an eternal perspective...from day-to-day challenges all the way up to the big, life-changing events? Rebecca George says we need to redirect our hearts and minds back to God and she helps us do so with scripture and practical advice.
This week on Track 6 our host, Amani-Breanna is sitting with Rebecca George discussing her journey through healing, acknowledging codependency, and building confident and healthy relationships with others and herself that lead her to where she is today, Founder and Owner of Skin Like This, and more. Check out Rebecca on Instagram at instagram.com/__beckylin and her luxury skincare company is on Instagram at instragam.com/skinlikethis Tune into the vibes for this week's episode on our music playlist here: Follow us at on Instagram at instagram.com/cspthepodcast Explore the website and sign up for the biweekly newsletter here: www.colossal-sizedpicassos.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Investing in the Next Generation w/Guest Rebecca George
She Sheds Real Light
We are so excited for our first Guest of Season 2! Today, we introduce to you all the way from Southern Mississippi Rebecca George. She's a Pastor's wife, Speaker, Writer, Podcast Host of Do The Thing Movement and Interview Coach.Y'all are going to love her, we had an instant sistership! Is that even a thing? If not, we just made it one! Together on today's episode our mission is sharing the importance of investing in the next generation. The next generation is the younger women and teenage girls in the church. Why do we have to invest you may ask? Because we need to pass on what a God fearing christian woman looks like so it can continue for generations to come.We share our vision of leading other women to Christ and coming together in unity with one another because we all play a roll in the Kingdom of God. It literally takes an army and each of us have a purpose. Just as important as it is to be a mentor, it's important to be a mentee as well. We all need at least that one person whose there along with us helping us when we need Godly advice and counsel. We only have the potential to reach so many, so today we share a good bit of information with you on what this looks like and how to do it. Get your notebooks out because Rebecca shares so much information that you'll want to apply to your lives!
Show Notes Rebecca George lives in a log cabin in Hastings, Michigan, but maintains strong ties to Chicago's artists' community. She has an advantage of being in a remote area and having a pole barn as a studio. Rebecca is a well-established abstract artist and the founder of The Art House in Chicago. Resources www.rebecca-george.com | Instagram
Today Jessica is joined by Rebecca George to tackle the lie I’m Not Brave Enough. If you have ever let fear make the decisions for you then you will want to listen to today’s lie so that Rebecca’s truth will encourage you and remind you who really gets to have the final say over your life. Follow Rebecca on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/rebeccadotsongeorge Find Jessica on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/jessicahottle Find today’s show notes and links at http://www.jessicahottle.com/podcast Grab Jessica’s #1 best-selling book Know Your Worth at http://www.knowyourworthbook.com
Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce CEO Rebecca George, Island Influencer
In episode three of Island Influencers, I talk to Rebecca George, Chief Executive Officer of the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce. Rebecca has been a beacon of light for many island business owners during this recent Coronavirus Pandemic by providing outstanding leadership and communication throughout. Becks is a born and bred Londoner. After a year of travelling the world with her husband, they decided that going back to London life wasn't for them. Lucky for us, by then she'd visited the Island on a few occasions and had already fallen in love with the place. You know its beauty and pace of life, so it didn't take much persuading for her to come and live here. So they came to the Isle of Man for six months, assuming that it wouldn't suit them and they'd rush back to the city life in a heartbeat. But they are still here 15 years later. Her husband runs a successful international shipping company in the Isle of Man, another of our niches, and by her own admission, Becks has had amazing roles and opportunities which have led her to where she is now. She doesn't know if she'd had such a good quality of life if they'd stayed in London, but they do know that they don't spend hours of their day sitting in trains or in traffic. They've got a house by the beach, their careers have flourished, and the children can safely walk to school. How many people living in the UK can say that? So let's listen to what Rebecca has to tell us as an Island Influencer, in episode four.
Are IT professionals ethical enough... and what about diversity? Brian Runciman speaks to Rebecca George OBE, incoming BCS President and Managing Partner of Public Sector Practice at Deloitte Europe See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode Sam meets Rebecca George, owner and founder of Volumes Bookcafe. They chat about her bookstore, Wicker Park in 2003, remodeling, teaching in Chicago, her favorite bookstores and her new store on Michigan Avenue.
Episode #4: Reflecting on leadership in politics: Lord Hill in conversation with Rebecca George
Talking Public Sector
In the fourth episode of Talking Public Sector, Rebecca and Lord Hill reflect on Lord Hill’s career; his experiences of leadership within Whitehall and his thoughts on the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.