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Rachel  Weible

Rachel Weible Administrative Assistant

Area of Ministry:  Connections Department

Family:  My amazing parents, three brothers, and so many spiritual family members around the world.  Plus a 26lb cat!

Saved:  I was saved in the backseat of my mom's car driving through Lavon, TX.  I was about 5 years old, and didn't want to wait until we got home!

Joined Lakeshore Staff:  February 2020


Book:  The Chronicles of Narnia; books by Lynn Austin, Francine Rivers, Terri Blackstock, Dee many!

Food:  Homemade steak

Snack Food:  Apples and peanut butter, chocolate and caramel

Movie:  The Greatest Showman

TV Shows:  Once Upon a Time

CD/Artist/Band/Song:  It changes a lot!  Right now I'm really loving Hillsong Worship's "There is More" album, and Shane and Shane's album "Psalms, Vol. 2"  

Actor/Actress:  Sandra Bullock

Season:  Fall

Place in the World:  Attunga in Canyonleigh, Australia.  Also Murrays Beach and Governor's Head Lookout in Jervis Bay, Australia 

Place to Pray:  Somewhere in nature

Recreational Activities/Hobbies:  Horses, photography, reading, writing

Scripture:  "Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.  See, I am doing a new thing!  Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?  I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland."  Isaiah 43:18-19

Sports Team:  None

Sport:  Rugby is fun to watch!


Food:  Mushrooms  

Snack Food:  I can't think of one!

Season:  Summer (in Texas, at least)

Place in the World:  A landfill haha!

Sports Team:  None 

Best thing someone said to you:  "You are here on purpose"; "God sent us our Texan angel when we needed her most"

Life Motto:  Be present, delight in the little things, embrace the journey

Three People I’d Like to Meet:  C.S. Lewis, Priscilla Shirer, David

My Hero:  I have several!  My parents; mentors from Australia; Pastor Brad and Denise

One of My Greatest Experiences with God:  Standing on a cliff overlooking a valley in the middle of a national park in Australia.  I was looking up at all the stars, loving the view, but feeling hurt and alone and insignificant.  My heart was crying out to God.  All of a sudden, a shooting star crossed the sky in front of me; and right then, I felt God speaking to the deepest part of my heart.  Even though there are innumerable stars, He notices each one.  And even though there are billions of people, He sees me, knows me, and loves me...And I am significant to Him.  That was a special moment

Most People Don’t Know This About Me:  I've attended Lakeshore since before I was born!  My parents were members here before they were pregnant with me!