Rachel was born to a Christian military family stationed in Naples, Italy. Shortly after her birth, her family surrendered to serve as Church-planters in Perryville, Missouri. They have faithfully served there since the year 2000. She accepted Christ as her Savior at the age of 5 and was baptized a year later. She met many missionaries during her childhood, one of which was a church-planting missionary to the city of Choluteca, Honduras. Her church began supporting this missionary family, and received frequent correspondence from the field. Rachel surrendered to full-time ministry when she was sixteen, and through her involvement in prayer for Honduras Missions, was burdened to personally see what God had been doing to answer those prayers. In 2015, she visited the Honduras Missions' ministry, curious to know if God would have her become further involved. Upon returning, she enrolled in the correspondence college program of Patriot Bible University, and earned her Bachelor's Degree in Christian Elementary Education. In 2016, she visited Honduras again. This time, the Lord specifically called her to become a long term part of the ministry there in Choluteca. She will be working alongside a team consisting of both American and National pastors and ministry leaders, and will be involved in teaching English classes for the bilingual church school. She will also be ministering to national women, discipling them for growth and involvement in the local church. Her prayer is that by reaching the next generation of Honduras and discipling them daily, they will become spiritual warriors of Christ in Central America and ambassadors of the Kingdom of God to the rest of the world.