Rachel Cohen

Rachel Cohen is the Student Ministries Intern at Orangewood Church, PCA in Maitland, FL. She has a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Covenant College and is currently getting her Master’s in Theological Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, FL. She plays guitar on the sidewalk for extra spending money and regularly watches ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars (but only so she can better understand the culture of today’s youth…).

HTH: #FallingPlates Short Film

Campus Crusade put out this excellent short film, Falling Plates, three years ago. It tells the Gospel Story in a way that expresses both the personal side of redemption (through the vocal narrative), as well as the cosmic…

Youth Ask the Wrong Questions of the Bible

This series asks youth workers why teenagers don’t feel comfortable reading the Bible. Authors share observations from their experience and offer solutions to help students feel more comfortable opening the Scriptures.   In his book “Bible Study: A…

Helping Youth Rest in Jesus

Hope This Helps (HTH) is a series, where fellow youth workers share resources they’ve found helpful in ministry.  Of course, some things work in some churches and not others.  But, as always, hope this helps. This summer while…

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

One of the reasons I love being around students is because they haven’t quite learned how to make their emotions “presentable.” Exhibit A: One night during small group, one of my girls shared: “You know, we’re girls. And…

Stories Matter

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.   “Well, what do people think…