About Sandra Jackson

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Evangelist Sandra E. Jackson grew up in Penfield, New York.  She is the daughter of the late Bishop Samuel I Rumph Sr. & 1st Lady Priscilla Marie Rumph, and the twelfth child.

She was baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ at the age of five years old, filled with the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues at nine and was taught from a young age the importance of serving others by her mother. As she observed the love, respect and time her mother gave to her family, church and community, Sandra found herself drawn to a deep prayer life, passion for writing and helping those less fortunate.  She firmly believes in the healing power of God.

Answering the call into ministry, she began ministerial training under the leadership of her father.  She would later journey to Frankfort, Illinois where she continued her ministerial training under the leadership of Bishop J.E. Moore at Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church in Joliet, Illinois.

At the National Convention in July of 2016, Evangelist Jackson became an Ordained Evangelist with the Pentecostal Churches of the Apostolic Faith, Inc. which convened in Detroit, Michigan.

Sandra enjoys public speaking, evangelizing, singing, writing and spending time with family.  She is the author of the biography “The Greatest Mother in the World”, Co-author of “My Hidden Strength, and “Daily Tidbits of Wisdom” and plans to continue publishing.  She is the mother of nine beautiful children:  Theodore Jr., Brandyn, Brittany, Benjamin, Solomon, Diamond, Victoria, Sandra Mary and Schrene.

Some of her favorite scriptures are:  “As the hart panteth after the water brooks
so panteth my soul after thee oh God” (Psalms 42:1) and “Lift up your heads; O ye gates and be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors; and the king of glory shall come in. Who is this king of glory?  The Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle. Lift up your heads, O ye gates; even lift them up, ye everlasting doors’ and the King of glory shall come in.” (Psalms 24:8).