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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  • Can a mother forget her child?

    The bond between mother and child is rather remarkable. When my babies were born, it changed my whole world.

  • Where there is light there is hope

    I used to be incredibly afraid of the dark. So much so, that for years as a child I would need to have the lamp on all night while I slept and if anyone turned it off, I would become frighteningly scared of what I couldnot see.

  • 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?

  • Do you hear the people sing?

  • Small beginnings are full of surprises

    “Mum, do you think you could teach me how to play the guitar?” asked my eleven-year-old son one day after school. I had played a little guitar when in school and remembered a beginners guitar book that was sitting in our music room.

  • Is this a dress-rehearsal?

  • Fruitful

  • Don’t just survive—thrive!

    Today, two things stood out to me.

  • Finding your place to flourish

    Times have certainly changed rapidly in the past couple of years. I don’t think anyone has been untouched by this new way of life. It’s almost as if the turn of 2020 also turned on a switch that changed normal into unnormal. Such times have required much from us: to stretch, grow, test, and think differently. But though circumstances change, God never changes and neither does His love for us.

  • The best day ever!

    During the years of my children being at school, there have been a few days or more when they have lacked the desire to go to school. Comments like, “Do we have to go to school today?” and “I think I might be sick and need to stay home” (when obviously they weren’t) — the whole dragging the feet after returning to school after six weeks of Christmas holidays etc…you know how it goes.