Rebekah Gyger is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, with a bachelor's degree in Anthropology and a minor in Religious Studies. She currently works as a CRM archaeologist, traveling much of the US throughout the year. Part-time, she does freelance editing and has honed her skills through courses with the EFA.
Aside from her work as an archaeologist and editor, Rebekah also participates in both short-term foreign missions and local (Tennessee) ministries.
Rebekah is the author of Rahab: Hidden Scars, published in 2023. Her first short fiction piece, a contemporary romance titled Family Stickers, was published in 2015 on the Splickety's Lightning Blog . You can also read Rebekah's guest post on the Go Teen Writers website, 7 Thoughts for Writers Struggling With Depression.
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