Speaking to Stellar magazine last month, Rebecca didn't disclose any future plans to grow her family with her husband of three years but said she was determined to challenge current stereotypes of women in the media and motherhood.'It's a no-win answer because if I say, "No, I don't want children", then the stereotype is that I'm a hard-faced b.i.t.c.h.,' she said.
'If I say I want children, then perhaps this article will become, "Well Rebecca's 40 but, you know, barren," to use that word that was applied to Julia Gillard unfairly,' she added.
Faith wouldn’t be faith without having to trust what is unseen.
There’s something very clarifying about putting your thoughts on paper or on the computer.
I also think it helps to be able to look back and see the things that you’ve learned and the progress you’ve made.
I try to journal, especially when God’s taught me something profound, just so that I remember it.
But as Christians we also have got to be really wise about what we watch on the Internet, TV, movies, and everything else--because what goes into our hearts and our minds is going to come out in our lives.
Rebecca will appear on the spin-off Japanese show Sasuke tonight along with co-hosts Ben Fordham and Freddie Flintoff.
NEW YORK, December 16, 2011 (Life Site News.com) – In an appearance on Fox News’ Sean Hannity this week, Grammy Award winning Christian singer Rebecca St. On the subject of Tebow, while expressing praise for the quarterback’s accomplishments and “attitude,” he quipped—“I have no interest in my sons being like Tim Tebow.” “My kids would die of boredom if they were like Tim Tebow,” he said. James’ latest book, noted: “Don’t we make fun of people that have good values? James responded: “I’m sad for you that you’d laugh at him and I’m sad actually that you, as a parent, wouldn’t want Tim Tebow as a role model for your kids.
”I was really challenged by this book I recently read that talked about that scripture, and it encouraged me to be more hands on.
It is very valuable to send support through other organizations, but coupling that with going ourselves is really key.
James said: “Can I just say that married sex – and I’ve never been with anyone else – is so cherishing and beautiful, and I’m glad I don’t have memories with anyone else, and I’m glad my husband doesn’t have anyone to compare me to.
empower women to live Christian lives according to biblical principles. James recently spoke with Beliefnet about poverty in Africa, sexuality in mainstream music, what she wants to change about Christian music, and the importance of and for the people who are hurting there.
I met my sponsored child and did some videos over there, and hopefully [I] am helping people to get a glimpse into what is happening so that they can be a part of the helping.