Aug. 19, 2022

Rebekah Robeson, Cancer Survivor, Teacher, Actress

Rebekah Robeson, Cancer Survivor, Teacher, Actress

Have you ever wondered how your life would change if you were diagnosed with cancer? How would you be able to go on and still find joy? Rebekah Robeson joins us to share her mental health journey and how she has put on her boxing gloves for the fight of her life when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Rebekah Robeson

Wife, Teacher, Arts lover

I grew up all over the southeast, moving with my family as my dad led music in several different churches through my childhood and teenage years. I graduated from Augusta University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications with an emphasis in Theatre and a minor in Spanish. I met my husband John during our college years while we were working as youth interns at a church in Augusta in 2009. We started dating that year, and have been married for nearly eleven years. We moved to Edgefield, SC eight years ago, and it has become our hometown. We have three dogs and one cat, and we live in a 200-year old country house just outside the town square in Edgefield. We are both very involved in our church and our community. I am a six and a half year breast cancer survivor, and try to use my story to tell what God has taught me and as an encouragement for others. I have performed in several productions in the Augusta area, and now I enjoy directing my students at Wardlaw Academy in Johnston, where I teach musical theatre and high school Spanish. I also love Italian food, watching Disney movies, reading fiction, and the color yellow.