While Rachel makes her home in Chandler, Arizona she travels throughout the country speaking to churches, civic groups, and conferences alerting people to the plight of the Ugandan widow and her children. You will be moved to laughter and tears as she relates such topics as:
1) Don’t Slaughter the goat! I’m a Vegetarian!
2) What am I going to do with Jesus?
3) In Japadohla Culture women don’t eat chicken
4) Walk where Jesus walked
5) Bring light to a widow
6) The Plight of the Karamojong children
7) Moms of Uganda
Even though I am very biased since Rachel is my sister! I am so moved when I hear her share her heart for women throughout the world. She is captivating and humorous as she sheds light on some of the greatest injustices that women face in their daily lives. I highly recommend that you consider Rachel for any event that would give opportunity for women to involve themselves in caring for others in need. Tom Eggum, president of Hope 4 Kids International; best selling author & international speaker
Rachel has been blessed to be a blessing. She carries the heart of a servant to the ‘least of these’ and it is a privilege to hear her speak and read her words about the widows and orphans of Uganda. I highly encourage you to invite her into your church and watch the transformation that will take place in the hearts of God’s children!
Pr. Mary M. Bope, American Evangelical Lutheran Church, Prescott, AZ
“Rachel, Thank you for being on our show. May God bless you in all that you” Michelle, TV 45, Orlando
“It was such a blessing to have you share about the Widows 2B Won ministry with our church family. Please know that our hearts and church are always open to you. We love & appreciate you! Pastor Doug Domokos, Word of Faith Church; Lake Mills, IA.
Rachel offered our MOPS group a glimpse into the lives of mothers around the world. The women of Uganda are so fortunate to have such a loving, enthusiastic advocate. Rachel has a gift for story telling and each of our members were deeply touched by her words. Emily HarryCoordinator, MOPS of New HopeGilbert, Arizona
"Rachel Eggum Cinader is a master storyteller who takes her audiences on an intimate journey into the lives of the women of Uganda. Her soft-spoken and easy manner belies an intense passion for her work. Her enthusiasm is contagious. She will touch your heart and move you to action."Dave Peters, Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, Torrance, CA