Rebecca RushmoreRebecca L. Rushmore,

is the daughter of Louis and Bonnie Rushmore. She is a 1996 graduate of Freed Hardeman University with a BS in education. Rebecca L. Rushmore just completed her Master’s of Education Degree in school counseling (2008).  Most of her career thus far as a schoolteacher for over a decade has been devoted to working with troubled children in both institutional and public settings.  All Rebecca has ever wanted to do was to be a teacher, and she is all teacher; teaching is her secular life.

Rebecca is no less devoted to spiritual pursuits, as she became a Christian early in life – and never looked back!  She teaches children’s classes, women’s classes, teaches young women how to teach, and for years was a mentor for the Lads to Leaders program in the Collierville (Tennessee) church of Christ.  Rebecca makes stateside and foreign mission trips, and she is available for ladies’ inspiration days, ladies’ retreats and lectures to ladies at lectureships.

Rebecca has written numerous religious articles over the years, two books for young children and What Makes Us Tick? A Look at Personality and the Bible.  What Makes Us Tick?, now in its second printing, remains a popular and satisfying biblical and self-help study for all who have read it.  It has been used extensively in ladies’ classes as well as in adult classes; and would be appropriate for teen studies, especially as they experience that transitional and emotional passage to young adulthood. We commend this study to you with the confidence that it is one little book that can have a tremendous and positive impact on your life, your marriage, and all of your interpersonal relationships.  Through her educational training and life experiences, Rebecca is well qualified to bring this valuable information to you, and in such a way that it is easily digestible by every reader.

Sister Rushmore has several articles in the archive of Gospel Gazette Online, which can be found through searches with the onsite search engine. She may be reached via email at [email protected].