Rebecca Christians

A long ride beyond grief

Posted: February 26, 2017 at 1 a.m.

“Where, for many, the grieving process is very individually oriented, Rebecca took the ugliest feelings and turned them into something beautiful. As we all do, she, too has rough days — and no, her life isn’t perfect. But she has chosen joy. She is making the conscious choice to take tragedy and fight to make sure that healing and love are available to everyone she comes in contact with.” — Emily Corey
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“Where, for many, the grieving process is very individually oriented, Rebecca took the ugliest feelings and turned them into something beautiful. As we all do, she, too has rough days — and no, her life isn’t perfect. But she has chosen joy. She is making the conscious choice to take tragedy and fight to make sure that healing and love are available to everyone she comes in contact with.” — Emily Corey

Revelation, Boy, Daisy Mae, Jacob, Freedom, Lily, Eddie, Rufus, Little Dude, Gideon, Ladybug, Willow, Sage, Delilah, Moses, Luca.

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Volunteer to be an apprentice at the ranch during the teaching season (May-October, ages 16 & older).

Sponsor an ARRYR Horse or miniature horse for $ 100/month and receive photos and periodic updates about your sponsored horse.

Purchase tickets for spaghetti dinner (featuring Kim Meeder, the director of the Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch) and golf tournament, coming in June.

Call (479) 273-2771 to make an appointment for your child to visit the ranch.

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