Rebecca Hoverd

Press Service International

Rebecca Hoverd studies law and geography at The University of Auckland and loves writing as a way to communicate with God and to unpack her thoughts. She loves coffee, conversations, and would love to hear your feedback at

  • What’s your motivation?

    We might not always be aware of what they are, but we certainly do have motivations for the things we choose to do with our time.

  • Where Transformation Happens: Seek Discomfort

    We often consider that the measure of development in the world as a matter of having the things that can make life a little bit easier.

  • Limitless

    We exist in systems of rules and boundaries, limits and constraints. Speed limits and road markings protect us from the inherent risks in cars and other vehicles.

  • 2021 can be different: Here’s how

    Each annual turn of clocks and calendars to 12:00am on 1st January can feel like a fresh start, a new opportunity for many people.

  • Three verses that get me through life

    Humans often need reminding of God’s truth and the promises contained in His Word.

  • I surrender…do I?

    Some people say that money makes the world go around. Perhaps it might be more accurate to say that communication makes the world go around.

  • How do you fill your cup?

    Emptying and filling up.

  • The Rebecca Hoverd Story

    I’m Rebecca Hoverd and I have had the absolute privilege of growing up on Auckland’s North Shore for all my 23 years of life.

  • Am I doing it right?

    In the age of social media and hyper-connectedness, we can chose to share any aspect of our lives to an infinite audience.

  • I have a choice and so do you

    Labels can be really helpful. Like when you are making a coffee and want to put sugar, not salt, in.   Labels and prescriptions have genuine uses. But sometimes labels can be limiting and can trap us in their confines.