I’d like your input :)

Thanks massively for reading this blog! For those of you who subscribe, MUCHOS GRACIAS & if you don’t subscribe, consider taking the plunge because I aim to keep my words in these blogs few, but insightful, engaging, encouraging & constructive!

With that being said, I’m super interested to get your input on topics or ideas about which you’d like me to write:

  • What is interesting to you?
  • What do you have questions about?
  • What catches your heart most quickly?

Your help, input & advice is hugely helpful & greatly appreciated!




Raimunda Celestino

I really like your topics, but I would like to know your opinion about the Duggars family issue.

Diana Pratt

I have loved your mom’s ministry forever! and since you joined I love your ministry just as much!! God has used you both SO much in my life especially through my Job experience. I would like to hear of how you and your family handle the times when, temporarily, you may have felt actually hurt with God for the suffering He allowed for a season in your life and also how you and your family handle conflicts; not necessarily the details just the general details but specifics on how each of you, with God, handled them to victory. Thanks!!

Connie Lipp

Hi Sarah, no idea if you’ll see this but am giving it a try! So many times I’ve wished I knew how to “drop you a short line” in regards to something you’ve written either touching me or just a “thank you”. so will see if this is the way!


Connie, thanks for the feedback- feel free to leave a message on my FB page, I can usually answer those in a few days 🙂

First I want to say that I love reading this blog and I really like the topics you cover. Secondly, I would love to hear more about topics like procrastination, discipline, how to handle times when you feel like you’re losing your faith.

Clyde Railsback

I particularly like your blogs. Short and two the point. My daughter in El Paso, TX has reported her like for them. She sees the reposts I link to FB.

Wendy Brooks

Pastor Sarah – I have been following your ministry and your blog for quite some time now. In fact it has been all the way back to when I first started blogging, and you so graciously included a link to my blog on yours. (I was so blessed by that! Thank you!!)
Now in response to your question. Because of your willingness to be transparent about your daily life and your personal walk with the Lord, I find the Holy Spirit will begin to minister to me bringing revelation as well as uncovering truth in areas where I need more wisdom and understanding. If I may say, you embody what Paul admonishes us to do in 1 Corinthians chapter 9 verses 19-23 which reads in the New Living Translation:

— 19) Even though I am a free man with no master, I have become a slave to all people to bring many to Christ. 20) When I was with the Jews, I lived like a Jew to bring the Jews to Christ. When I was with those who follow the Jewish law, I too lived under that law. Even though I am not subject to the law, I did this so I could bring to Christ those who are under the law. 21) When I am with the Gentiles who do not follow the Jewish law,[a] I too live apart from that law so I can bring them to Christ. But I do not ignore the law of God; I obey the law of Christ. 22) When I am with those who are weak, I share their weakness, for I want to bring the weak to Christ. Yes, I try to find common ground with everyone, doing everything I can to save some. 23) I do everything to spread the Good News and share in its blessings. —

So through all of your posts you show us how we have been given abundant grace from God to do just like Paul did. He knew how to “be everything to everyone.” So it helps me so much, that to me you are truly “a minister’s minister.” To me you are “a missionary’s missionary.” You are that living epistle, where that even in sharing something you did with your family or how you dealt with one of life’s situations or challenges; those are the things which help me learn by example. It was because of you and your mom’s ministry that I was delivered via one of your daily TV broadcast, with a few weeks later I joined a local ministry because Dr. Marilyn and you both had mentioned and encouraged partners of your ministry watching that broadcast (which I heard that morning and again that evening) where you were explaining the importance of becoming part of a local Church body so God could serve Him by serving others around the world. That ministry I plugged into that Wednesday night bible study meeting (the same ministry I am still an active member of) had leaders who held the key to unlocking the divine destiny God had given me even before I was born.
So it amazes me thinking back sometimes and reflecting on how He knows our end from the very beginning. Years later your mom would come to minister to us a couple years in a row at the very same church in Richmond, VA on a Sunday morning. The church I joined because of a seed which was planted through you and your mom via a TV broadcast. The same church where Rev. Wilkins who has traveled on many mission trips with you all (Marilyn Hickey Ministries). God without a doubt knows each and every one of us, and the assignment He has for our life. I did not mean to write a mini-book with this post. However, I just felt led to share this, for because of your heart to serve as Jesus served – your blog is a further extension of that. His genuine, unconditional love and compassion is transmitted through your words and stories to us readers. Please continue being you, and sharing stories from your heart. The personal connection you have to your readers is another thing which has blessed me so much. I know your daily schedule and ministry commitments require you to always be a diligent steward of your time. So to see how you remain accessible to personally connect and respond with your readers like they are a next door neighbor or close friend which you’ve known all your life; that certainly has the fingerprints of Jesus’ all over it. Those personally touches make the difference in people’s lives, and I want to personally thank God for you remaining true to who He is and what He represents. Ok!! I suppose I will close on that note. I will say this one last thing, it is my heart’s desire to be able to go on a missions trip with you and on one with your mom one day. I asked the Lord for that pretty soon after I re-dedicated my life to serve Him back many years ago now. So, throughout the day when I see my “Saving Moses” calendar hanging on the wall in my home office where I work, I thank God for making it possible that I can start going on the mission field with you all. I know the Lord is going to make a way, it is just one of those things where He has assured me that He’s going to make it happen and I’m fully persuaded that which He has promised- He also shall do!!! Glory to God! Thank you Sarah for being who you are, and for showing how to do what He has called you to do. This inspires me and others like me, to be who He has called each of us authentically to be. Continued abundant blessings to you, your family, and ministry! — Wendy Brooks

Jenny Smith

Good morning. Growing up Catholic and being indifferent to the church…I found Christ deeply in my heart 5 years ago. Learning through 12 years of Catholic education to read my prayers, I struggle with how to pray in a personal way to God.

I realize that prayer can be a very broad topic and perhaps not easily covered in a concise posting. I think I’m feeling a hurdle in talking with no one physically sitting there listening. I believe with my heart that He is listening however I still struggle.

Thanks for asking what your readers want.

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