I am Sarah.

I’m a missionary currently studying in a seminary called the International Graduate School of Leadership (IGSL).

I used to work with an organization called Philippine Campus Crusade for Christ (PCCC). Although I am not officially with PCCC anymore, I am still involved in youth ministry. I deal with the challenge to see and lead students to a deep and well-grounded, stable relationship with Jesus Christ in the hope that they will also use their lives and influence to invite and lead others to do the same.

I do this because:

1) I believe that the Great Commission was given to every Christian, and so every Christian must take up the responsibility of being Missionaries.

2) I believe the issues (intellectual, emotional, etc.) confronting young people are very real and therefore need to be addressed.

3) I am a product of campus ministry.

I also love the arts, and am very much supportive and passionate in finding new ways to creatively express oneself.

And I love collaborating with fellow creatives, especially in discovering and finding new and creative ways of expressing and communicating the Gospel.

My crazy dreams are to write a book, publish a book, direct and/or produce a movie, and be an influence for the Great Commission.



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      • I pray that you are a blessing to others as you have been to me. I found your blog in a convoluted way!! A “kid” who grew up, an MK, in the RP was decrying the article by Jim Solouki so I googled to see who Jim was, saw your post, so here I am. Your attitude is much prefered to the one of my aquaintance. I imagine you are serving with CC, now known by another name, and wondering where you are serving. Any chance you might know M J Barker. She was w/ CC in Africa, but now teaches in the RP. May God bless your dream of being a film producer.

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