Rebecca Osaigbovo

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Growing up in a family serving as home missionaries in Tennessee, Rebecca accepted the Lord at age five, and surrendered to His service at sixteen. Shortly after turning seventeen, Rebecca was at death’s door because of a rare blood disease, but God miraculously spared her life.

Insight from God’s Word and thirty years of ministry have convinced Rebecca that women are keys to change in families, communities and this nation. For the past ten years, she has challenged women to go beyond religious activity to their place in God’s purposes.

Rebecca has a unique way of communicating reality. After using humor and self-revealing candor to help audiences relax, she utilizes the sword of the Spirit much like a surgical instrument to expose deception and spirituality immaturity. Women often say, “ouch” as they admit truth. However, Rebecca does not leave women on the operating table, but with and healing.

Rebecca desires to see mature love in the Body of Christ in spite of different doctrines and ethnic backgrounds. She believes her calling is to serve as a bridge. Rebecca’s diverse cross-cultural experiences include being raised in a multi-ethnic missions environment, a foreign-born husband, and ministry experiences in Uganda and Ethiopia.

Rebecca’s publishing company has published four books, two Rebecca authored. InterVarsity Press is publishing a revised edition of Rebecca’s first book, Chosen Vessels: Women of Color, Keys to Change which sold over 61,000 copies. The other book is Movin’ On Up: A Woman’s Guide to Spirit Living.

Rebecca founded Chosen Vessels Ministries, a woman’s discipleship and leadership training ministry; she co-hosts a radio program and has been featured on many talk shows.

Rebecca and her husband, Uwaifo, have been married since 1978 and are parents of three of their own children, and a niece. They reside in Detroit, Michigan.

Topics include:

Spiritual maturity
What to do when going through difficult places
Walking in the spirit
Freedom that lasts
Racial reconciliation
Recognizing the purpose & power of African