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Rebekah Simon-Peter is passionate about reconnecting spiritual leaders with their God-given powers to co-create miracles with the divine. Her award-winning group coaching program, Creating a Culture of Renewal® has energized church leaders across the country to reclaim their calling and to grow their ministries. Known for teaching leaders how to bring out the best in the people who frustrate them the most, her work transforms church leaders and the congregations they serve.

Rebekah is the author of Forging a New Path: Moving the Church Forward in a Post-Pandemic World (Market Square Publishers, 2022), Dream Like Jesus®, The Jew Named Jesus, Green Church, Green Church Leader Guide, and 7 Simple Steps to Green Your Church.

A dynamic, nationally-recognized inspirational speaker has engaged and challenged audiences around the country Simon-Peter is the founder and developer of the award-winning leadership development program, Creating a Culture of Renewal®. Her gift is empowering people to discover their inner divinity, advance from discipleship to apostleship, and co-create miracles with God.

Rebekah is an avid hiker, dog mom, wife to Jerry, lover of coffee, and a gratitude junkie. For more information about Rebekah Simon-Peter, call (307) 333-5990, email or visit


Can the church live? For people who care about faith-based communities, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and the Kingdom of God, this question is critical.
Rebekah Simon-Peter wrote Forging a New Path in response to conversations and questions that people in churches across the country are having. The author focuses on three persistent questions:

When do things go back to normal?
How do we get people (back) to church?
How do we do more with less?

Simon-Peter leaves no stone unturned, looking at pandemics past to see how medieval Christians dealt with these same issues. Their answers were surprising. The author writes that this is the perfect time for Christians to envision and forge a new path forward with God. In this book, Rebekah Simon-Peter shares what we can learn from our past to help reshape our future. She writes that our future won’t come from superficial or technical changes but from profound changes in the way we live out being the church.

Simon-Peter borrows the vision of Ezekiel, “Can these bones live?” to remind the reader of the Scripture’s answer: “This is what the sovereign Lord says to these bones, ‘I will make breath enter you, and you will come to life.’”


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