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SARAH JAKES ROBERTS IS REDEFINING WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A MODERN WOMAN OF FAITH.
Messages spread globally defying boundaries. Connecting with her makes her an instant favorite.
Sarah has a unique way of reaching people who are seeking to make peace with their past, maximize their present, and deepen their relationship with God.
Alongside her husband, Touré Roberts, she co-pastors at The Potter’s House Church at ONE and also serves in leadership at The Potter’s House Dallas. With her down-to-earth personality, contemporary style, and revelatory messages there’s no question why she is an emerging thought leader for this generation, yet her growing influence came by surprise.
“If you would have told me five years ago that I would be in full-time ministry, I would have asked if you were talking to the right person,” Sarah said.
At twenty-three years old she was tempted to allow her journey as a woman battling insecurities, teen pregnancy stigma, low self-esteem, toxic relationships, and depression to define the rest of her life. It wasn’t until she was in her darkest moment that she realized she only had two options: settle or evolve. Sarah dared to harness the wisdom of her past wounds and apply them to the hope for her future.
Certainly, transforming from insecure girl to NY Times best-selling author takes dedication, discipline, and growth.
Her passion is to help others evolve into their best selves.