Rebecca Freer

Rebecca Freer


My hero is Olivia Pope from the TV show Scandal because she’s a fearless black woman that gets the job done! It inspires me to do the same in every area of my life.

A “lesson from mom” that I still live by today is when she reminds me “The best thing I can pass to you as a mother is Jesus, he’s the key to everything, stay close to him”

The one thing I want to accomplish before I die is live abroad and travel the world.

My favorite meal involves salami, ALWAYS. You can never go wrong with salami.

In my spare time I like to make art, whether it’s video editing, painting pots, framing leaves I found in the wilderness. Anything creative refreshes me.

The most interesting thing about me is that when I was 4, my neighbour in Congo had a pet chimpanzee that pinched my tiny nose through the fence. I now have a permanent scar to prove it!

The one thing that I would like to accomplish at The Journey is to grow the tent and reach more people virtually. Families/individuals that might not even live in the Ardglen/Orenda neighbourhood but are captivated and engaged by the programming and resources that The Journey offers.

I work at The Journey because I feel that outreach is where God has called me to be, putting myself second and serving others. I believe he’s equipped me with a giving heart and I owe it to him to live it through.