Sandra has always felt a connection to Israel and the Jewish people. She was born in Toronto the same year that the nation of Israel was ‘born in a day’ (Is. 66:8). In the sovereignty of God she grew up in Jewish neighborhoods having many Jewish school chums, even dancing the Horah and other Israeli dances in the playground during recess. She met a number of holocaust survivors – parents and grandparents of her friends – being shown their identification tattoos and hearing their tragic stories.
Through divine encounters with the Lord Jesus Christ she came to a saving faith in her early 30s. She is a graduate of Canada Christian College in Toronto and was blessed to visit Israel as part of an accredited history/geography course. Sandra understands her role to be an intercessor, teacher of the word of God, and author. She has a heart for a global revival and harvest of souls, and believes that key to this will be the manifestation of the ‘one new man’ of Ephesians 2:15, as believing Jews and gentiles grow together in the Body of Christ.
Across the years, Sandra has served in a number of capacities including pulpit/seminar/conference speaker, roles with March for Jesus (national and Toronto), founder and coordinator of PrayerNet Toronto (GTA), author of articles, manuals, booklets and tracts.
She now resides in the Kawartha Lakes area where she moved in the early 2000s to be closer to her aging parents. Sandra is very happy to represent ICEJ Canada in her area, support the extensive ongoing work and witness of the ICEJ by helping us fund our core activities in fulfilling our mandate to support Israel, educate the Church and promote justice.