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Rachel Whitaker
by Rachel Whitaker, Associate Editor

Rachel Whitaker, Guide Associate Editor

Where were you born?

I'm a native of the great state of Michigan. (Go Camp AuSable!)

What are your hobbies?
I enjoy hiking and other outdoor activities, singing, playing the guitar, and (of course) reading.
What's your favorite junk food item?
I rarely miss an opportunity to eat baklava!

What is your favorite Bible verse?
It's hard to choose, but one of my favorites is Romans 8:38, 39, which talks about how nothing can separate us from God's love.

Would you ever go back and relive your teenage years?
No, they weren't the greatest part of my life. I have a lot more friends now than I did back then.
What are your nicknames?
Well, someone has referred to me as "MissGuideEd," though I'm not sure that's a good thing.

Can you change a car tire?
Yes. I can change the oil too. My dad made sure of that!
If you could go back in history and meet one person, who would it be, and why?
I would love to meet Abraham Lincoln. I was born on his birthday (February 12), so I've always been a fan of this great leader from American history.
Do you have pets?
No, but I do enjoy feeding the birds outside.
What is it really like working for Guide?
It's a lot of fun! For starters, I get paid to read stories, and I like coming up with creative ideas for the magazine. It's very satisfying to spend my days helping kids learn about God and His Word. Plus I get to enjoy Randy Fishell's wacky sense of humor. But one of the most fun parts is meeting Guide readers.

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