Rebecca Goldstone, M.A.

Adjunct Professor, College of Business & Management

Email: rebeccawithhope@yahoo.com


  • M.A., Organizational Leadership, Chapman University
  • B.S., Education with a minor in Psychology, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point


  • Adjunct Professor: Hope International University, 2004 - Present
  • Teacher: Orange County Department of Education, Community Home Education Program, 2002 - 2004
  • Coach and Consultant: Goldstone Coaching and Consulting, 2000 - Present
  • Adjunct Professor: Concordia University, 2000 - 2003
  • Executive Director: Minnie Street Learning Center, 1996 - 2002
  • International Trainer: International School Project, 1993 - 1996


  • Biblical Themes in Business
  • Principles of Leadership and Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Foundations of Teams


  • Principles of Leadership and Management
  • Life/Business Coaching
  • Researching current culture as it relates to the development of the soul and evangelism/discipleship implications
  • Biblical Themes in Business


  • Life: Thriving in a Complex World, coauthor, NavPress, 2
  • Relationships: Bringing Jesus into My World, coauthor,  NavPress, 2008
  • Soul: Embracing My Sexuality and Emotions, coauthor, NavPress, 2008
  • The New Me, coauthor, NavPress, 2008
  • Freedom: Breaking the Power of Shame, coauthor, to be published by NavPress - on hold until 2010.
  • Facing Shame and Finding Mercy: A reflective journal, co author,  to be published by NavPress – on hold until 2010.
  • The Urban Youth Workers Handbook,  book chapter, Urban Youth Workers Institute, 2002, (In-house publication).
  • Building Character: Character Development Curriculum, Children of the World, 1995,  as part of a curriculum writing team, (In-house publication).
  • Christian Ethics and Morality: A Foundation For Society: Elementary Curriculum,  International School Project, 1993, as part of a curriculum writing team, (In-house publication).

Mentoring college students and walking alongside young women through the spiritual transformation process.

1 John 4:10-11 This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.

Isaiah 66:2b This is the one I esteem: he who is humble and contrite in spirit, and trembles at my word.


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