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Rebecca St. James

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Rebecca St. James (born Rebecca Jean Smallbone on July 26, 1977), is a popular multiple Dove Award winning & Grammy winning Christian pop/rock singer, songwriter, musician, published author, actor and an outspoken teenage sexual abstinence and pro-life advocate. Her lead acting role in the November ‘09 pro-life film release Sarah’s Choice is one of her most recent career highlights. Rebecca’s latest book ‘’What Is He Thinking??: What Guys Want Us To Know About Dating, Love, and Marriage’’ was released in Oct 2011. Her latest album ‘’I Will Praise You’’ was released on April 5th 2011 and is her first studio album in 6 years. A long-time proponent of abstinence and the ‘’True Love Waits’’ movement, Rebecca walked down the aisle to wed the man she was waiting for - Jacob ‘’Cubbie’’ Fink (bassist for Foster the People) on 23 April 2011.

Rebecca was born in Sydney, Australia, to David and Helen Smallbone. She is the oldest of seven children, and currently lives in Los Angeles with Jacob. Rebecca took the name St. James from her grandmother, as it was her maiden name. Her album ‘’God’’ was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1995. Also, ‘’Pray ‘’ was certified Gold by the RIAA on the last week of September 1999.

Rebecca’s musical career began in 1990 at age 13 when she began opening shows for CCM (Christian Contemporary Music) artist Carman during his Australian tour which was promoted by her father’s company, David Smallbone Promotions.

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