Rachel Jenae

Prepare for a New Season

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“Do not remember the former things, Nor consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing, Now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness And rivers … Continue reading

Travel: I Know the Plans I Have for You…

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“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord. “Plans for good and not for evil. Plans to give you a future and a hope.” Jeremiah 29:11 I tend to process things of the heart a bit … Continue reading

Wide Open Spaces

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Wide open spaces seem to keep filling my life in this season. Spaces that don’t make sense, in a really good way, and they bring me to the humbling reality that wherever I follow God, He has already given me … Continue reading

Gripped

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There’s really no easy way to jump into this post, so I’ll start the same way that the whole thing started with me…with a provoking devotional text from my friend @mindacorsa: In 1 Samuel 8, we find Samuel is now much … Continue reading

The Lost Art of Choosing

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I was recently approached by a few friends on the topic of choice and the growing number of individuals who seem lost in the limbo of life not being able to put it to practice.  The discussion had started when … Continue reading

Roots

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Recently I did some major trimming in our yard.  For months I’d been trimming the same vines again and again, preparing areas of our yard for new flowers, but this time I’d had it. Cleaning up only the vines meant … Continue reading

What to do While Waiting for Mr. Right

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When asked to write a guest post for my dear friend Jory’s blog, she asked if I’d consider writing about being single. In my almost mid-thirties, I’m still waiting on the man God has for me. I tend to shy away from writing on this topic … Continue reading

2014 Year in Review

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This time last year I was spending time with my grandmother in her last days here on earth.  It was the hardest and sweetest moments wrapped up in one.  Watching her “let go” of this life and watching her family … Continue reading

“You’ve Been Loved Well. Remember.”

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“You’ve been loved well. Remember.” I’ve heard this phrase whispered in my ear many times over the last month.  A sweet reminder that I have been shown what real love looks like. What healthy love looks like. What genuine care … Continue reading

Despising the Methods

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A few days ago in my journal I found myself writing about the difficulty in bringing change. The difficulty in changing habits that have been in place for 10, 15, 20 years. Often times someone can have great vision and … Continue reading

“Being a Tankersley”

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I’ve thought a lot about the word legacy this year. Two family trees collided at my parents and they brought together two distinct lines of inheritance that carry quite the legacy. I think about what I will tell my children … Continue reading

10 Things I Learned in 2013

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Life is often taken for granted. Breathing. Laughing. Walking. Being loved. Freedom. More often than not, we don’t realize what we have been given until it’s taken away. For some reason this last year made me realize all of this … Continue reading

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