Rachel is a British-born speaker, author, and blogger dedicated to leading women of all ages into a healthy relationship with God, others and themselves. Through her not-for-profit organization Rachel enables women from all walks of life, writers to refugees, thrive on the journey wherever it takes them. Rachel speaks regularly at women’s retreats and other events.
Rachel knows all about journeys whether they are physical, emotional, or spiritual. She moved from England to New England in 1995, with her husband and six-week old baby. From a career with the BBC and living in the cosmopolitan city of London, only a similarity in the name remained between her old and new life. As she navigated the physical and emotional challenges of living 3,000 miles from home, Rachel learned God had a good plan and purpose through it all.
She loves to encourage those who struggle in their circumstances and challenges, do not like where they end up or what life throws at them, to live boldly and with confidence through a relationship with Jesus.
Rachel has a Masters in Religion, cum laude, from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She has served on ministry staff to women of a large non-denominational church in Lexington, Massachusetts
Today, Rachel travels frequently. She and her husband, Colin, live in the noise of New York City, but escape regularly to the peace of the Colorado mountains. They travel frequently with Colin’s work, and also to visit their three young adult children in Los Angeles, London and Oxford, England.
Rachel is an avid skier and loves the challenge of mastering the bumps on black runs.
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