My name is Becca and I believe in Jesus, best friends, good laughs, and the great outdoors. I’m a 20-year-old PNW girl born ‘n’ raised, and I currently live on a sweet farm in the little town of Chewelah, Washington. My life goal is to pursue a passion for God, and compassion for people. This platform is just the beginning of a grand adventure to glorify our Savior.
Passion for Jesus & compassion for people
Freedom Letters is more than a brand. It actually started out as a blog platform to encourage & inspire others through writing about common struggles & real testimonies. Now calligraphy has just recently been added to my mission– so you can take something tangible home to encourage and inspire you always!
I am often asked how or when I started calligraphy. The answer? It’s almost impossible to say! There was no definite time or magical moment when I knew I could market my creations. And to be totally transparent with you, I often don’t feel like I’m there yet. But I can tell you what has helped my calligraphy odyssey– practice! And giving myself lots of grace.
Practice, Grace, + Jesus
From doodling in church, to making Christmas gifts for family, and from creating customized signs for friends, to creating wedding invitations for new brides, or making community-wide designs and auction items going as high as $450– looking back, it’s more than obvious that God has a hand in all of it.
If you’re looking for creative encouragement, the Freedom Letters Shop and calligraphy portfolio is where you want to visit. If you searching for freedom and inspiration, or simply a “you’re-not-alone” kinda testimony, the Freedom Letters Lifestyle Blog is where you need to go. If you need encouragement, inspiration, and creativity in a community of like-minded people on a daily basis, the Freedom Letters Instagram or my personal Instagram account are a few communities for you to join!
Get inspired. Be filled up. Stay connected. And go love like Jesus!
Be the kind of light that makes people squint so hard they can’t see you anymore
– Bob Goff