Rachel Cohen

Rachel Cohen has her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Covenant College and her Master’s in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando). She is currently pursuing her Master's in Counseling (also from RTSO). She’s not married and doesn’t have any kids, but she hangs out with other people’s kids a lot since she works in youth ministry at Orangewood Church, PCA, in Maitland, FL. Rachel is in the process of recording an album that will hopefully be released sometime soon. She loves Jesus, dogs, coffee, good books, Spikeball, and the beach. She’s really glad that none of this is riding on her.

Articles By Rachel Cohen

Leaving the Pigsty

Thursday October 15, 2015

addiction pain & suffering relationships women

A few days before, some friends were giggling about this thing called sex. Curiosity had been stirring within me, and I finally did it: I searched for it on Google. Up came countless links to pornographic websites. I clicked on many of them, and the screen was soon covered with explicit pop-ups. A flood of intense shame came over me. But I wanted to see more.

Fear & Trust

Thursday August 6, 2015

By nature, we are prone to self-reliance and the desire to control. And this is why fear seems so natural, and trust so unnatural. We want to be able to fix it, figure it out, and control it. Fear is what happens when our desire to be in control is confronted with our complete inability to control anything.

Stories Matter

Thursday June 25, 2015

christian life

We sat across the table from one another, casually chatting about life and school. She said something about how she was having a hard time because of what everyone thought about her.

Free to be Weak

Friday June 20, 2014

pain & suffering

“Why do we start to spout off answers callously when people start to ask the hard questions? I think it’s because we don’t believe the gospel as much as we think we do…Christ holds all things together, and because he’s holding it all together, we don’t have to.  We’re free to be weak.” -Rachel Cohen at KeyLife.org.