Rachel Lohman

Rachel Lohman is a lover of storytelling who is most often found writing, speaking, and coming alongside hurting women to help them find hope again. After interning for Ellen DeGeneres and winning Miss Oregon in 2012, Rachel realized something was missing in her pursuit of storytelling: a message with life-changing potential.

After discovering true hope in Jesus through her parents’ tumultuous divorce, Rachel decided to devote her life to sharing the hope she had found. She went on to earn her Masters of Theology and Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary, where she met her husband, Mark. They were engaged in Central Park in New York City and, soon after marrying, began serving together as pastors in the local church. They currently lead The Bridge, a bilingual church just outside of Los Angeles.

Since losing their first child to miscarriage in 2017, Rachel has been shepherding fellow loss moms in their journey to finding God and hope in their grief. Burdened to create a safe space for loss moms to share their miscarriage stories publicly, Rachel founded Hope Again Collective in 2020a handmade earring line that shares the brave stories of miscarriage survivors with each pair of earrings. Through her work with Hope Again Collective, Rachel has created an international online community for loss moms to find hope and healing through sharing their stories. She currently lives in Southern California with her husband, Mark, their two children, and a whole lot of handmade earrings.

Most Recent Project: Miscarried Hope: A Loss Mom’s Guide to Rediscovering Hope in the Middle of Grief (publisher pending)
Website: https://hopeagaincollective.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hopeagaincollective/
Represented by: Karen Neumair