Rebecca Moore

Press Service International

Rebecca and her husband have four children and live on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. Rebecca writes for various publications including print, online and commercial. She is the author of two books: ‘First to Forty’ and ‘Pizza and Choir’. For more information you can find Rebecca at:, Facebook: Rebecca Moore - Author, Instagram: rebeccamoore_author

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  • Where the river flows, everything will live

    My arms were getting tired and I could feel the skin wearing from my elbows with all the backward paddling I was doing

  • Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water…

    This tag line from the movie Jaws came to mind when people were wishing the year 2020 “good riddance”.

  • The Great Roar!

    If you have little children, have you ever noticed how quickly they can slip out of your grasp and out of your sight?

  • He will lift you up in due time

    As I found the progression of my Bible readings reaching the short, four-chapter book called Ruth, I admit I didn’t think I was going to get much out of it.

  • Sonata No. 48 and the symphony of life…

    Sometimes I can be a bit of a music nerd. I love classical music and often get wrapped up in songs, so I’d like to give a disclaimer right up front, that throughout this article, I may get carried away with some obvious clichés and analogies.

  • Honouring good men

    When I was a little girl, I would dream of one day finding my prince; the man who would love me, cherish me, and stick with me through thick and thin—someone I could look up to and want to follow to the ends of the earth because we would be one, we would be a team.

  • The Tony Moore Drum Collection

    What do you do when you have a storeroom full of beautiful rare vintage drums that no one can see? You find a big space and share them with the world.

  • There’s more your pain than meets the eye

    When I think about some very tough times I’ve been through that, at the time, didn’t feel like they would ever end (read chapter 25 Are we there yet of my book First to Forty), I remember in the midst of it reading Psalm chapter 30 verse 5: ‘…weeping may stay for the night, but rejoicing comes in the morning.’

  • Walk through the open door, before it shuts

    A friend sent me a video recently by Christa Elisha where she talks about a vision she had of Jesus walking in front of her, but the distance between them grew and he was leaving her behind.

  • Book review: God In Life—“A thing of beauty”

    God In Life: Anthology was released for sale at the beginning of May 2020. It is a collection of inspirational, thought-provoking articles stemming from reflections of everyday experiences and some not-so-everyday experiences.