Rachael Weisinger


Rachael’s testimony can be summed up in four little words: from ash to glitter. She’s witnessed Jesus transform her brokenness into extravagance and now she brings her ‘extra’ self to boardgames, lip-sync battles, and costume contests. Currently, she lives in South Carolina where she works for Kingdom Winds as their Membership Engagement Coordinator and devotes time to writing, teaching, and crafting dangly earrings. Rachael holds a B.A. in English, an M.A. in Literacy, and is certified as a high school English teacher and literacy coach for grades K-12.


After teaching in the Greenville County School District and earning a Master’s in Literacy, Rachael is passionate about reading, writing, and helping people effectively story tell. She believes that the best teaching requires an authentic audience and that the best writing recycles clichés into unique expressions.


Rachael Weisinger, in her debut book Gluten-Free Mac & Cheese, addresses the question: do I have permission to desire a love story? It seems like everyone has a different opinion about romance, how to get it, and if anyone should want it. But who is right? And does God even care about our dating lives (or lack thereof)? 

Join Rachael Weisinger as she explores truth, provides counsel, and shares personal stories of her own begotten love life. In Gluten-Free Mac & Cheese, Weisinger brings vulnerability, laughter, and refreshed hope for both the hopeless romantic, and the single without a drop of it left.

Gluten-Free Mac & Cheese

The point of publishing my story wasn’t for the sake of profit and fame. The story’s production wasn’t in favor of business or to monopolize the Christian single population. It was written to resonate with deferred-hopefuls. – Rachael Weisinger


Rachael’s Earrings consist of handcrafted earrings, mostly made of colored leather, bamboo yarn, and hemp cord. All are made, named, and inspired after inspirational women in Rachael’s life.


Rachael never imagined herself making earrings. In fact, she was positively sure that she had a “very small, very specific place on the Creativity Wheel Chart”. Writing had been her go-to creative outlet for years but God had more planned for her than she could ever dream up on her own. Be inspired by her story of following a hunch that she could do something different!