When Sarah was a little girl, she talked to me about the things she went through as a child and how she came through with the grace of God and family, how she grew up on the farm, and the hurt and pain of sexual abuses she experienced. Sarah lived and suffered through domestic violence as a young adult and through her married life. Sarah even had a death experience. Sarah even talked about the prayer that her sister prayed to God for a miracle to take place in their lives due to hunger. She talked about how hard it was raising three children and how the abuse affected her life. She told me how God released her from domestic-violence abuse. She talked about the infidelity, lies, and deception in her marriages. Sarah talked about the success she had in life and the success of her children. She often told how God called her into the ministry.
Sarah shared about domestic violence, abuse, deliverance, healing, hope, finding your peace in the midst of a storm, loving yourself, reaching out and conquering fear, and loving one another. Sarah said to me what her favorite scripture is, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” (Phil. 4:13).