Ballowe, Rachel

Chapter Leader / NextGen

Rachel Ballowe left Islam to embrace her Kingdom identity, after an abusive and traumatic childhood. Through many struggles, she has learned to rely on the word of God to fight and win. She shares her stories by teaching others how to overcome and live victoriously despite the circumstances, with a passion to see people courageously embrace their purpose without fear.

Currently, she and her family live in Peoria, Arizona. She is the mother of three future Kingdom writers and a caseworker for refugees. She is a writer of Christian nonfiction, a curriculum writer, and an empowerment speaker. She is currently working on her first published manuscript.

She has two associates in Psychology and Social Work and is currently working on a Bachelor of Religious Studies, with the hopes of providing Christian mental health services in the social work arena. She serves as the Vice President of Service for her college honors program.

She previously has ten years of experience in Children’s ministry, and six years as a preschool teacher. She has a special place in her heart for the younger generations. She believes the younger generations can turn this world around, through empowerment in who they truly are and the message they hold.

Ballowe, Rachel