Rachel was born in Texas, raised in Oklahoma and California’s East Bay. In 2010, Rachel moved to Las Vegas to complete her bachelor’s degree from UNLV, from which she graduated in 2012.
A staunch life-long Christian Conservative, Rachel was hesitant about registering as a Republican because of previous nefarious leadership and the lack of principled, steadfast representatives. After reading the book A Guide to Christian Ambition, Rachel became involved in the Liberty Movement. After speaking with various Republicans, including the 2011 President of the UNLV College Republicans and the Ron Paul Campaign, Rachel officially registered as a Republican in December of 2011.
After spending time in politics, Rachel realized that many issues that society faces as a whole cannot be remedied by governmental change. Corrupt politicians, the break down of the family, general confusion and fear about the future were indicative of a problem below the surface – the spiritual foundation of society was crumbling.
Spiritual problems can never be fixed through governmental policy. As a Christian since 1990, she noticed that the main culprit of many of the problems arising in society were due to a lack of Biblically sound teaching in the Church, which was on the rise thanks to general Biblical illiteracy of both those in the pulpit and the parishioners.
In winter of 2016, Rachel decided that she’d tackle the problem of Biblical illiteracy by creating a YouTube channel geared toward those in their mid teens to early thirties, which would center around story time vlogs of various Bible stories. Unfortunately, many churches don’t or can’t explain the stories of the Bible in a relevant, entertaining or contextual manner – this was the gap in the market that Rachel saw needed to be fulfilled and one that she was equipped to tackle. Her channel began filming in January of 2017.
When she’s at home, Rachel spends her time watching copious amounts of documentaries and working out with her personal trainer / husband, Brian. She enjoys reading books such as Like Water For Chocolate, The Richest Man in Babylon and Tortured For Christ.