Rebecca Minelga is a graduate of LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas, where she studied liberal arts with an emphasis on the impact of Christian culture on history and literature. Now active in Hope Church’s Women of Hope, she uses those skills to present personal, accessible, and original Bible Study material on both topical and exegetical study material. She is an author, speaker, stay-at-home-mom, and is a Puppy Raiser for Guide Dogs for the Blind. Her diverse interests inform her writing and help bring to life many complex Biblical principles in easily understandable terms.
Rebecca is currently working closely with KTF Films and Guide Dogs for the Blind to present Pick of the Litter, an award-winning, feature-length documentary following five puppies from birth through advanced training in their quest to become guide dogs for blind- or visually-disabled individuals. Her accompanying book, now represented by Carrie Howland of Howland Literary, chronicles the last decade spent raising eight puppies for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Rebecca and her family welcomed TUCSON on July 21st, 2018. She is Rebecca’s ninth puppy and is the daughter of one of Rebecca’s previous puppies. She is preparing to welcome her tenth puppy on August 25, 2019.
Are you interested in having Rebecca speak at your upcoming women’s event?
Would you like to learn more about raising guide dog puppies? This is the perfect opportunity for community organizations, girl scouts, boy scouts, emergency services, or classrooms to learn more about the role and responsibilities of service dogs and their handlers, as well as have some time cuddling a cute puppy!
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