Sarah Jakes Roberts Bio, Age, Sermons 2018, Siblings, Church

Sarah Jakes Roberts Biography

Sarah  Jakes Roberts is an American pastor, a self-help author  and a motivational speaker who came to limelight for her memoir, Lost and Found: Finding Hope in the Detours of Life. She is T.D. Jakes daughter and she is known for her great sermons and messages that spread throughout the world defying cultural, religious, gender, and socio-economic boundaries. She also is known for her unique way of reaching people who are seeking to make peace with their past, maximize their present, and deepen their relationship with God. She also is the senior editor of the online magazine, eMotions.

Sarah Jakes Roberts Age

She was born on July 17, 1988 in Texas, United States.

Sarah Jakes Roberts Family

Her father’s name is T.D. Jakes and her mother’s name is Serita Jakes. She has 4 siblings; Jermaine Jakes, Cora Jakes-Coleman, Jamar Jakes, Thomas Jakes, Jr. Her father is a megachurch  pastor, a best selling author and a reknown film producer, Bishop T. D. Jakes. She graduated high school in the top ten percent of her class and attended Texas Christian University at the age of 16.

Sarah Jakes Roberts Husband

She got married to Toure Roberts, her second husband, in November 2014 after their first meeting in the springs of the same year. They had an intimate and secret wedding as they wanted their marriage to be about them. She had two children from a previous marriage with Robert Henson. She became a teen mum when she was just 14 years old and later went through a difficult public divorce. However, Roberts turned her pain into purpose by leading a ministry and creating her own entrepreneurial lane with a podcast, fashion line, and Woman Evolve, a national conference and movement to help women shatter glass ceilings.

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Sarah Jakes Roberts Children

The two, Toure and Sarah, welcomed their daughter called Ella Roberts on February 10, 2016. From their previous marriages, Sarah and her husband are proud parents of six children. She loves her children and she supports them in anything that they do just like a great mum that she is would do.

Sarah Jakes Roberts Church

Sarah co-pastors One Church LA, one of the fastest growing churches in Los Angeles, alongside her husband, Toure Roberts. They have captured the hearts of multitudes from all around the world with their unique and modern approach to ministry. They are considered by many, a leading “power couple” in the inspirational and faith community. Together, they are highly sought-after voices to millennials, young professionals and families pursuing personal development, transformation and the discovery of purpose. She pastors a dynamic community of artists and professionals in Hollywood, CA.

Sarah Jakes Roberts Sermons

She has given great and powerful sermons that can be found at YouTube. These sermons include;

  • Everything Must Go
  • Eat Like A King
  • The Hollow Place
  • Make It Known
  • Change Your Core
  • The Greater The Pain, The Greater The Purpose
  • Be Careful With The Company You Keep
  • Still The One
  • Overnight Success

Sarah Jakes Roberts Girl Get Up

She visited Free Chapel in Gainesville, Georgia to deliver a message of resurrection to every woman who feels stuck and out for the count, “Girl, Get Up!” This is among her powerful messages and sermons.

Sarah Jakes Roberts Story

As a child, she rapidly wound up familiar with false gossips encompassing her dad’s climb. She likewise heard the insider facts individuals traded about one another and saw how people sufficiently intense to possess their humankind were detached from the individuals who picked to imagine they had their lives leveled out. She attempted to blend in with the latter in an effort to keep her name out of the gossip circuit, but she struggled to find a ministry she believed she could add value to. She soon became content with fading in the background, where she would ultimately discover her tribe – a group of kids who couldn’t pinpoint where they belonged in church and itched to experience life beyond the politics of it all.

With a desire to feel normal, Sarah didn’t merely test the limits between The Potter’s House and the world outdoors. She tore through them. Although her family stood by her side as the judgment poured in, the shame that loomed wouldn’t be easy to shake. Sarah worked tirelessly to finish high school early while raising her son, but her attempt to redeem her image unraveled in college as she sunk into an unhealthy relationship (and, later, marriage) marked by infidelity and deceit.

“I imagine that poisonous relationship was my medication of decision,” she reflects. “Other individuals may jump into work, they may plunge into liquor, they may smoke something. For me, that relationship was a diversion from me managing my own agony and issues, and I don’t feel that I could get to a spot where I was prepared to get love again until I made sense of why I should have been occupied from myself.” On the brink of divorce, Sarah launched a personal blog as an outlet to address her hurt through prayers and stories that mirrored her own. In this space, she didn’t have to conceal her brokenness. Here, she had the liberty to own her scars.

Little did she know, she would draw an audience of women longing to do the same. “I didn’t really think that it was ministry but the more that it became increasingly clear that it was, I just made a vow that I was going to be as authentic and transparent as I could be,” she says. Her memoir Lost and Found: Finding Hope in the Detours of Life, a vivid look into her biggest trials and the grace she collided with through them all, followed in 2014. “I felt so many of my experiences were interconnected that I could not paint just half the picture for the person reading it,” Sarah insists. “I wanted them to see the full scope of how I ended up in some really challenging but, ultimately, defining moments of my life.”

In the years to come, she would rediscover love, expand her family with husband Touré Roberts, and settle into a purpose far greater than she imagined. In many ways, Sarah Jakes Roberts has become who she once searched for within the walls of the church but couldn’t find – a woman who walks in the assurance that her missteps do not disqualify her from God’s love or divine use.

Sarah Jakes Roberts Conference

She did just that with her first-ever Woman Evolve conference in Denver. Over two days, women in attendance heard from the likes of Angela Rye, Michelle Williams, and Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche during a life-altering experience that promoted both spiritual and practical development. The idea for the event came to life when the first lady made a notable observation at a women’s conference she spoke at earlier in the year. “It stood out in my mind that the women had on these ‘Squad Goals’ shirts that had Mary, Esther, and Ruth on it, and I was like nobody ever wants Eve to be in their squad goals because Eve messed up so bad by eating from this forbidden fruit,” she exclaims.

Sarah Jakes Roberts Books

She has written several inspirational books like;

  • Don’t Settle for Safe: Embracing the Uncomfortable to Become Unstoppable – 2017
  • Lost and Found: Finding Hope in the Detours of Life
  • Colliding With Destiny: Finding Hope in the Legacy of Ruth
  • Dear Mary: Lessons From the Mother of Jesus for the Modern Mom Sarah Jakes

Sarah Jakes Roberts Quotes

Some of her great quotes are as follows

  • “Despite the many tears that threatened to dilute it, your faith did not dissolve. Your heart is still pumping. Your pulse is a sign that this world needs you.”
  • “She caved into the pressure to be like everyone else and robbed the world of the wealth assigned to her truth.”
  • “Remember this: you are strong enough to confront your history. Don’t turn away from your brokenness. Remember that you’re not doing this alone. God foreknew this moment would come. Every now and then we need a reminder that someone else has defeated a giant we must face. Allow this book to be that reminder. Instead of counting the reasons you have to be afraid, give yourself permission to be brave. You’ve already survived the trauma, but you can’t transform your pain into purpose until you’re willing to pick it up again. Roll up your sleeves, wipe your tears, and b”
  • “There’s nothing wrong with not having figured out who you are, but so much can go wrong when you pretend that you have.”

Sarah Jakes Roberts Tour

  • St. Louis – Faith Church Women’s Conference –   

  • West Palm Beach – Faith Church Women’s Conference –   

  • Denver – Woman Evolve Conference –   

  • North Canton – Flourish Conference – Friday, September 13, 2019   

  • Atlanta – Power to Exhale – Sunday, September 22, 2019 to

  • Austin – Shine Conference – Friday, October 18, 2019  

Sarah Jakes Roberts Podcast

She shares her  her take on the week’s top stories in news and entertainment. Her available episodes include;

  • In My Feelings
  • Allow Me To Reintroduce Myself
  • Invite the Girl
  • Night in the Wild Takeover
  • Big Sister Take Over
  • Common Miracles
  • Soul Care
  • Rest In It

Sarah Jakes Roberts Atlanta

She had her Atlanta Tour,  A Night in the Wild Tour. Thursday, February 21, 2019; 7:00 PM 10:00 PM 19:00 22:00. 212 Riverside Parkway Austell, GA, 30168

Sarah Jakes Roberts Instagram

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