Dear friends, My new book “Princess of the Reformation: Jeanne D’Albret” is now on the market on Amazon and Barnes&Noble! So excited and grateful to the Lord! “Rebekah Dan has written and illustrated a wonderfully informative story of one of the Protestant Reformation’s lesser-known figures, Jeane D’Albret. This true story of courage, faith, and sacrifice… Read More Special Book Release for 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation!
I wrote a blog post warning about a movie you should not watch. But now let me tell you about one you should see. It will be in theatres across the United States on March 30th, so it’s coming up soon! I cannot believe the ebola pandemic was so long ago in 2014! Now it’s… Read More Facing Darkness- A movie you should see
When I’m not working, making things, exercising, or doing any other of the things on my “to do” list, I like learning some physics. The funnest way to learn new things is with Destin from Smarter Every Day. I was introduced to his channel by a friend from Ireland. Are you wondering what a Prince Rupert has… Read More Prince Rupert’s Drop
I love reading; I’m a book collector, and a constant scout for new stories to read. I have a growing list of books I want to read this year…but I might need to get creative with my time to plow through them all. If you have any title suggestions to add to my reading list,… Read More What Does God Say about Books & Reading?
First of all, then, I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of all men, for kings and all who are in authority, so that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity. This is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Savior,… Read More A little bit of politics
I cannot believe how quickly 2016 has passed by! For me it has been a very busy year, but also a very fruitful year by God’s grace. I have experienced many answered prayers and I was humbled and thrilled to see how the Lord would answer specific desires that I prayed. Last year instead of… Read More Instead of New Years Resolutions
Funny incident: Two days ago we had an unexpected visitor. A stray chicken from our neighbors came walking around our property! What a surprise and commotion it caused! My mom chased it and caught it before it could get on the road and get run over by a car. We didn’t know where to put it, because… Read More Life snippets
Continuing from (Part 1), Many people have this inner struggle of worrying about the opinion of others. It pops up occasionally in everyone’s life, whether we know it or not. Here are some practical tips to overcome the struggle. Please read all the Bible verses because they are the most important, core tips! 🙂 Finding out God’s… Read More Practical Tips: How not to care about what people think (PART 2)
Summer is here! I personally go to the library more often when summer arrives, and I also get to cram in more reading time to make up for the whole year! I have a lot of resources (videos, audio and books) I want to recommend for young adults this summer. Here are some thoughts about the… Read More Top Resources for Young Adults
I’ve noticed some paradoxes in American society and in the popular culture around the world. There are catch phrases that are used ad nauseam like “be yourself”, which are employed by psychologists, fashion experts, business advisers, sociologists and all the rest, to encourage people to have a “positive self image” and to find their “niche”. But these concepts/slogans are increasingly used in many churches today.… Read More Paradoxes in American Society