All of our Counselors are Ordained Ministers.
A special word of encouragement from Sandra
Sacramento and Rocklin Offices
1-844-669-4673 ext. 3
Sandra and her husband, Richard Roberts are Ordained Ministers and the Co-Founders and Administrators at Hope In Life Ministry. Sandra also serves as a Biblical Prayer Counselor in the Hope In Life Ministry Sacramento (Natomas) and Rocklin offices. Since 1996, both Sandra and Richard were members of several pastoral teams, they helped plant four churches, and they are the former Senior Co-Pastors of Natomas Community Church.
Sandra began her journey of faith in 1976. She understands first-hand the pain of abandonment, rejection and the complications that can arise from underdeveloped communication skills. From her own healing journey, she came to view those painful circumstances as a training ground for the glory of God and the counseling ministry He has placed her in today. She understands how wounds of the heart can interfere in developing healthy relationships between family, friends and co-workers, and she also knows that no wound is too deep for the Holy Spirit to heal and bring transformation.
Sandra also has over 30 years of experience in conflicts resolution, and is a published author with Thomson Reuters/Westlaw.
In addition, Sandra is a national and international lecturer, and had a cable TV program called Experiencing God's Grace to encourage people in how much their Heavenly Father loves them. She writes children's books, devotionals, bible studies, and she taught a bible study in the California State Capitol Senate for two years. She has a diploma from Rhema Bible School.
The most frequent comment Sandra's clients say about her is how they feel the peace and presence of the Holy Spirit while counseling with her.
To schedule an appointment with Sandra, contact her at 1-844-NOW HOPE ext. 3 or email BiblicalPrayer@Outlook.com.
**Sandra accepts some evening and telephone sessions.
"Because God wanted to make the unchanging nature of his purpose very clear to the heirs of what was promised, he confirmed it with an oath. God did this so that, by two unchangeable things in which it is impossible for God to lie, we who have fled to take hold of the hope set before us may be greatly encouraged. We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure..." Hebrews 6:17-19 (NIV)