Rebecca Friedlander, in 2004, moved into a garage apartment, set up her potter's wheel in a little room below, and started to seek God and pursue art. Her motivation was simply to have a life completely offered to God, and capture whatever flowed from that space. Nearly two decades later, she's still a full time artist, finding joy in using a variety of artistic mediums to tell stories about God's love.
Whether booking a one-way ticket to Ireland to film about Celtic history, shooting makeovers with 50 women around the world to tell stories of transformation and hope, or interviewing Christian music pioneers about their life lessons, Rebecca is passionate about telling stories that bring identity and truth in Christ.
Her new book, The Divine Adventure, was just released this month. Here is the description:
Intensely personal and deeply practical, The Divine Adventure unpacks powerful disciplines that will revolutionize your prayer life, deepen your intimacy with God, create balance between rest and work, cultivate meaningful community with others, and more. Drawing from Scripture, ancient writings, visits to holy sites, and her own life experiences of brokenness and breakthrough, Rebecca Friedlander shares the keys that any follower of Christ can use to unlock their own divine adventure. Whether you're a new believer or a seasoned disciple, you'll find that implementing these practices will both empower your passion for Jesus and open new opportunities to express God's heart to others. Are you ready?
Rebecca is a published author with Baker House Publishing. Her films have been shown on every major English speaking TV network in the world, including TBN, Day Star, GOD TV, Pure Flix, and more. Her recent project includes renovating a log home in Texas for spiritual retreats and workshops, and starting a non-profit called The Potter's House Creative Ministries where she speaks and ministers weekly at the cabin. She has a BA in Creative Christian Arts and a master's in Celtic Studies.