Getting to know Becky
History & Interests
Becky graduated from Queen’s University Belfast in 2012, where she studied Theology through Union Theological College. Originally from Lurgan, Becky moved to Belfast after marrying her husband Corey in 2014.
Becky’s love for young people is not only manifest in her work with LMI but in her service with her church, and her involvement in running Christian camps for teens with her husband. She is a lover of animals, and she and Corey own a beautiful Lhasa Apso named Sherlock. In her spare time Becky likes to read, knit, crochet and bake.
It was just a few months after her graduation from Queen’s that Becky joined LMI as a Youth and Schools Outreach (YSO) Worker. As a member of the Youth and Schools Outreach Team, Becky regularly meets young people in schools and youth groups across Northern Ireland and beyond. She has a heartfelt passion for young people to hear about Jesus, and to come to a better, deeper understanding of the Christian faith.
In addition to her work with young people, Becky’s involvement in the ministry also extends to administration, as she plays a vital role in the Finance Department. Not only that, but she serves the ministry with her graphic design skills too. From designing prayer letters and flyers to Bible study and youth resources, she relishes an opportunity to let her creative talents run wild!
Back in 2012 and 2013 Becky took part in LMI’s Summer Outreach Teams to Hungary and Serbia, where she taught English and shared the Gospel with children at LMI summer camps.
Favourite Bible Verse
“My favourite Bible verse is Joshua 1:9; “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”
This has been a verse that has brought me huge encouragement throughout the last few years. It was first given to me by a ministry student in Union College when I was about to sit my first exam – it was an exam that I was really worried about, and I was sure that it was going to be the failing of my degree! Since then, it has come back to me so many times when I’ve really needed the assurance. The truth in it rings so clear - God is with us everywhere we go, not just sometimes but all the time.”