Rebekah McGeorge – Children’s Director

I am now using my time, talents, and education to be a full-time servant of The Lord as the Children’s Director at NTBC.  God gifted me with an amazing husband to love more than 20 years ago and together we’ve raised two incredible children who are entering adulthood. In my free time, I can often be found running or cycling on the Roanoke Valley Greenways with our Run For God endurance team or turning laps in the pool training for marathons and triathlons- all for the glory of our God! I live my personal and professional lives by Ephesians 3:20 and encourage adults and kids alike to truly trust God with that “immeasurably more” that He promises us. My vision for NTBC kidZONE is to create a high-energy excitement in the hearts of our little ones for following and serving God in a BIG way.


Fun Facts About Rebekah

Countries Traveled
Netherlands, Romania, Germany, Guatamala (August 2017)
Favortie Bible Verse
Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen. Ephesians 3:20 (NKJV)
Favorite Restaurant
I don’t have a single favorite, but my top picks are always local seafood restaurants wherever I travel.
Favorite Books
I very much enjoy the “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” series, anything by Dr. Suess, most historical fiction, many auto-biographies, and a multitude of women’s christian living books.
Bucket List
Complete an Iron Woman Triathlon, tour the castles of England, rock each of my future great-grandchildren to sleep at least once, and live hand in hand by the seaside with the love of my life- my husband, Eric.
Describe your first car
1980 Chevy Chevette- white with tan vinyl interior. Held together entirely by dirt, duct tape, and dad’s ingenuity.
What is Your Favorite Sports Team? Why?
University of Tennessee Volunteers. Good Ole Rocky Top! Go Big Orange! I grew up on the Alabama/Georgia/Tennessee border- where everyone has a family legacy of either Crimson, Red, or Orange. My son will carry out an Orange legacy of his own as a member of UT’s class of 2021!
Something about you no one would ever guess
I am terrified of chickens!