Rebecca Mclaughlin Biography
In a world full of chaos, selfish doctrines, and self-destruction, Rebecca Mclaughlin, 43, wants to bring a solution. She claims that the message of the gospel can bring balance and a sense of purpose to everyone. Mclaughlin argues that Christianity cuts across all things in the world and without it, nothing can benefit the world.
She has gone ahead and defended her claims by speaking at events, authoring books, and being a witness to the work of Jesus. Mclaughlin is an author, speaker, and soldier of Christ. She is most popular for her books and extended work she had done for the Christian faith.
Rebecca Mclaughlin Age, Husband and Testimony
According to sources, we found that Rebecca was born on 25th January 1980. She was born to a Catholic mother and father who attended the Church of England. Like her parents, who were seeking to ground their faith, Rebecca also endeavored to find her own.
Following in her parent’s footsteps, Rebecca is married to Bryan. The couple is blessed with three children. Meeting and making things official with Bryan was never easy. In an interview with Pastor JD Greear, Rebecca confessed to struggling with attraction to females despite being raised a Christian. It started when she was young and could not get free from it even in college.
After resisting the feelings of attraction to other women, Rebecca got into a relationship with a man but had to separate from him because he was a non-believer. He met Bryan in a seminary which she was discouraged to attend. The two became friends, started dating, and later got engaged. Other than their passion for spreading the gospel, the two are different people. Bryan is an engineer and Rebecca is a literature expert but somehow made their marriage a success. On June 24th, 2023, they will be celebrating 15 years of marriage.
Education and Career
Being born in a Christian setting stirred an interest to study literature. She started at Oak Hill Theological College to study Theological and Pastoral Studies. She later joined the University of Cambridge to do Medieval and Rennaissance Literature. Rebecca also did her Ph.D. in English literature at the same school.
As a student, she was greatly involved in Christian activity despite being considered a minority. She was actively involved in mission and outreach work. Rebecca was also the president of the Trinity College Graduate Student Union and a regular speaker at the School’s events.
At school, her life changed when she met Bryan. Although Rebecca Mclaughlin had done a lot of work in England, she had to relocate to the United States. Her first job in the country was working as the National Director of Forums at The Veritas Forum.
There, she identified Christian professors at leading Universities, helping them to learn how to defend their faith in their work and giving them an opportunity to do so. After 6 years, she was promoted to Vice President of Content whose main duty was managing content development for the company as distributed by YouTube, Facebook, and the Company’s website.
In September 2017, she helped in finding Vocable Communications where she is serving as a Principal. The Company serves as a consulting firm providing advice to people in the areas of communications, start-ups, public speaking, and fund management.
Rebecca Mclaughlin Books and Features.
All her work revolves around her beliefs in Christianity as an objective truth and as the only source of hope for the world. Her strong beliefs in Christianity led her to write powerful books such as Confronting Christianity, 10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask, Secular Creed/Is Christmas Unbelievable?, Jesus through the eyes of women, and Confronting Jesus.
Her first book, Confronting Christianity, got worldwide acceptance earning a feature on the TED summer reading list and was named book of the year in the Christian Post. Her expertise in defending the gospel and speaking boldly about issues that affect humanity has landed her features and invitations and popular media networks and blogs.
Her desire to preach Christ also led her to start a podcast, Confronting Christianity, which she co-hosts with Kyle Worley. In the podcast, Rebecca Mclaughlin has had discussions on Christian beliefs on the ethics of liberation, God’s view on gay people, and a conversation on whether Juneteenth points to Jesus. In the Podcasts, she has interviewed guests like Rachel Gilson, Sam Allberry, Karen Swallow Prior and Claude Atcho.
She is also a regular contributor at Desiring God and at Christian Post. You can catch more about her on her website. Other people vocal about the Christian faith are Becket Cook, Jackie Hill Perry, and Allie Beth Stuckey.