Rebecca Johnasen

Rebecca is a writer and an editor for Tavern Keepers. She is the oldest of six children and was homeschooled from 1-12 grades. While pursuing a nursing degree, she met her soulmate and decided to settle down as a stay-at-home wife and mother. Rebecca has one angel boy and two little girls, and she works from home as a piano teacher. She has a passion for teaching and helping others, especially children, and she holds a special place in her heart for the men and women in the military. Rebecca has been a listener and a viewer of Glenn since CNN, and she attended Restoring Honor and Kennedy Center events. The motto she follows is God, family and country. She enjoys listening to music, playing piano and violin, doing outdoor activities, drinking coffee and eating chocolate. Rebecca resides in Arkansas with her family, surrounded by hills and forests in the countryside.

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The Tower of Babel and How It Affects Us Today – Part I

| March 3, 2014 | Comments
The Tower of Babel and How It Affects Us Today – Part I

  The Bible story about the tower of Babel may be old, but it is certainly not outdated or a legend. In fact, it teaches us about the history of mankind. It affects us today more than we realize. After the great flood, people gathered together and united as one in language and common speech. […]

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My Thoughts on “Lone Survivor”

| January 15, 2014 | Comments
My Thoughts on “Lone Survivor”

  It is the #1 movie in America. Everyone is raving about it. My family thought it was very well made, and my Dad thought it was the best war movie ever. So, my husband and I decided to see it Monday night. After seeing it myself, “Lone Survivor” was incredible. It was like a […]

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The True Story of Rudolph

| December 30, 2013 | Comments
The True Story of Rudolph

  We all grew up hearing about a red nosed reindeer that pulled Santa’s sleigh; we watched the classic Rankin/Bass’ “Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer”. The song is one of the most popular Christmas songs. My soon-to-be-three-year-old knows the lyrics and can repeat the lines spoken in the movie, while my 19-month-old dances to the song, […]

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How Did Christmas Carols Begin?

| December 27, 2013 | Comments
How Did Christmas Carols Begin?

  Singing Christmas carols is one of the oldest traditions of Christmas. Before they came to be known as Christmas carols, they were Pagan songs. Pagans sang what they called winter carols. These carols were sung while they danced. The word carol is derived from the French word caroler, meaning “dancer” or “dancing in a […]

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The Message of Christmas: What is in a name?

| December 23, 2013 | Comments
The Message of Christmas: What is in a name?

  It is Christmas. People have been planning, shopping and preparing for the most wonderful time of the year. The children are excited; the parents are stressed out or happily enjoying the preparations. People are also depressed, angry or lonely as the holidays bring flashbacks of painful memories. Whatever the situation may be among the […]

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How Did the Nativity Scene Begin?

| December 19, 2013 | Comments
How Did the Nativity Scene Begin?

  It is in our homes and churches; it is on the mantle, under the tree, in the yard; it is made out of wood, stone, marble, a myriad of materials, big and small, grand and simple. The Nativity Scene is a tradition that has been carried throughout the centuries. Up until the 13th century, […]

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What is the Next Step to Restore America?

| November 14, 2013 | Comments
What is the Next Step to Restore America?

  “When you have eaten and are satisfied, praise the Lord your God for the good land he has given you. Be careful that you do not forget the Lord your God, failing to observe his commands, his laws and his decrees that I am giving you this day.” – Deuteronomy 8:10-11 Remember the 40 […]

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Systems of Government: Old Testament Vs. New Testament

| October 13, 2013 | Comments
Systems of Government: Old Testament Vs. New Testament

  The Bible says very little about systems of government. The nation of Israel was set up as a theocracy (a nation ruled by God or God’s direct representatives), although they chose later to be a monarchy. The Egyptians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians and Romans were all empires, which are the same as monarchies. Democracy was […]

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“As the family goes, so goes the nation…” What is the mortar?

| September 29, 2013 | Comments
“As the family goes, so goes the nation…” What is the mortar?

  My Uncle’s father, Bill, passed away two weeks ago. Everyone affectionately called him “Grandpa”. Even though he was not my grandpa, he certainly was like another grandpa to me. I would like to take a moment to reflect on the power of love using the family as an example. Love can make a difference […]

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“Give us a king!”

| September 27, 2013 | Comments
“Give us a king!”

  My previous articles on divine right were an introduction to what it was and who framed the doctrine. Now, Joseph and I are teaming up to bring you the history behind absolutism, and we will write them in parts, about the how’s and the why’s as well as the causes and effects. We were […]

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