About Rachel

Rachel is a pastor’s wife, mother of two, and speaker whose passion is to inspire those around her to become fully alive in their identity in Christ. She is the Director of Women’s Ministry at LifePoint Church in Northern Nevada. 

Rachel weaves her “unlikely” calling of pastor’s wife into a message of hope and encouragement for those around her. She loves sharing from her own experiences and teaching the Bible to women in individual, small group, and retreat-style settings. 

She is the author of Deconstructed: A Bible Study Guide – a hands-on, user-friendly workbook that equips women to study and understand Scripture. Through her writing, Rachel’s goal is to inspire women to meet life head-on, fully equipped and with the knowledge that through Christ they are more than enough for this world.

Rachel writes regularly for  LifeWay’s Journey magazine and has written for HomeFront Magazine, Crosswalk.com,  pastors.com, has been a guest on several podcasts and other online platforms. Rachel speaks for retreats, local MOPS chapters, Christian businesswomen’s bureaus, and at her home church.

Rachel is fueled by coffee, tacos, and copious amounts of cheese.

Additionally Featured

Crosswalk.com, How to Show Mom Love from Afar 4.29.2020

Crosswalk.com, 6 Ways COVID-19 Can Bring Families Together 4.13.2020

Crosswalk.com, 5 Steps to Fearless Parenting in the Wake of Coronavirus 3.25.2020

Hope Radio 24/7 —Revive Radio with Julie Pearson 7.20.17

Journey Devotional Magazine, Lifeway, August 2017 {request for copy}

Come Away With Me — SMCC West Jordan Annual Women’s Retreat {request for transcript} 8.17

Journey Devotional Magazine, Lifeway, July 2016 – current, quarterly {request copies}

MOPS — SMCC West Jordan {request for video}

Pastors.com — How Multiplying a Movement of Healthy Churches is Bringing Hope to South Sudan   4.4.16

Gap Gals Ministry — Guests and Grace  Spring 2017

Import Tuner Magazine, copy editor, 2008-2009

European Car Magazine, contributor/ content editor, 2008-2014 {TEN}

Surfline Press, Girls Gone Green, 2007 Archives

Surfline Press, Silver Lining, 2007