Rachel Jenae

“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

This too will be Beautiful

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I’ll never fully be able to put into words the last few days. When God says He has a Christmas gift for you He goes far above and beyond what we could think in terms of “gifts”. We see so … Continue reading

A Christmas Gift

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“For this reason I bow my knees to the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, from whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named, that He would grant you, according to the riches of His glory, to be … Continue reading

Look Closely

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  If there’s one thing that scares me, one thing that continues to gnaw at my heart, it’s the thought of wasting my time away.  The thought of getting so caught up in today that I forget it is shaping … Continue reading

A Legacy of Love

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Not everybody gets this lucky.  Actually I hate to call it luck, but more like favor or a divine inheritance.  I’m actually not even sure what to call it. I hate to even make it sound so incredibly, overwhelmingly special, … Continue reading

the stuff real lives are made of…

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The above pictures are of my grandfather during WWII. He was a pilot. This is my mother’s father and he is the man who gave me my first camera! Knowing my grandfather from my perspective I’m sure it is very … Continue reading