A Top 4 finalist from the ever-popular show, The Voice released her first single.

Rachel Mac, who competed in the 20th season of the show, says her new song, 'Jesus Doesn't,' was a song she wrote to cope with her shame, church hurt and experiences.

"I needed a reminder that God’s character is beyond what any human character can try to emulate. I had looked to human people to find Jesus but ended up alone, judged, and in some cases…hated. Jesus doesn’t do that and will never do that. He is all loving, all the time."


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"Watching how many people online can relate to my own experience, and this song has been so touching and humbling. I’m so happy that the song is finally yours."

Rachel is now a worship leader who can play multiple instruments. 

Mac has always had an interest in music, singing and playing piano from a very young age. Her earliest memories of music began in the church as she and her two sisters were raised by a single father who was also a worship leader.

Rachel was the youngest contestant on Season 20 of The Voice. She was chosen by celebrity judge Nick Jonas to be on his team and finished as a finalist in fourth place.