Sarah’s primary ministry focus has been serving her peers, college-aged young adults. She served within Sovereign Grace’s Young Adults Ministry for several years, co-leading the ministry as a whole as well as heading a women’s small group during that time. Sarah has also served as a volunteer with P82 Project Restoration, a ministry dedicated to giving a helping hand to individuals and families battling mental illness.
Most recently, Sarah has been serving with Campus Ambassadors out of Arizona State University Polytechnic campus since her junior year of college. She plans to continue, now as a Field Minister with Missions Door, where (alongside Myke Dickens) she will help coordinate the ministry as a whole, outreach to students, and help lead and organize weekly meetings and small groups.
Her vision is to see every student that the ministry comes in contact with changed by their encounter with Jesus. Sarah’s plans include attending seminary in the future.
Sarah’s heart was forever changed by God at age 11. After a friend her age professed a newfound faith in God, she became interested in what a real relationship with God would mean for her. While she looked, God found her. She has been seeking to follow her Savior ever since.
Sarah’s involvement with young adult ministries, both at church and school, gave her a love for serving within that area. As time went on, God revealed a strong calling to pursue this area of ministry. Sarah says, “After prayer and searching His word, I felt Missions Door was the best place to pursue the gifts and calling God’s given me.”
Raised in a Christian home, Sarah currently lives at home in Gilbert, Arizona, with her parents Bill and Jonna as well as her youngest sister Lydia. She also has a pair of younger twin sisters.
Sarah has her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Arizona State University in Mesa, AZ.