Sandi McMillan is a lover and student of the Word. She is a native of Louisiana and has been attending Jesus Is the Answer City Church since 1999 under the Pastoral ship of Overseer Pastor Shon Davis. She is active in the ministries as an Usher, Altar Worker, Media Team and Leadership team. While worshipping at Jesus Is The Answer City Church, she has served in other areas such as Sunday School Superintendent, President of Youth Department, Choir member, Prison Ministry, and the founder of White Rose Women’s Healing Ministry Conference. Sandi McMillan earned a Master’s degree in Social Work, from Eastern Washington University in Cheney Washington and two Associate of Arts degrees in Business and Project Management from Spokane Community College. Some of Sandi’s achievements includes: 2004 Recipient of the 8th Annual Humanitarian Award, 2013 Recipient of the Outstanding Women Business Entrepreneur Award, DECA State and National Small Business Competition 2nd and 5th Place, and Semi-Published Research Project Vanessa Behan Crisis Center “Stress and the Family”.
Sandi’s passion comes from her life experience as a woman who like Peter Satan once asked Jesus if he could have him that he desired to sift her as wheat; There are three stages that wheat goes through 1) it has to be cut down, 2) it is tied up, and 3) shaken. Just like wheat we are cut down by family, friends, and the community; we become so tied up that it is hard to get out of bed, get your praise on, and shaken by life discouraged, full of guilt and shame, you start talking about suicide. Sandi has overcome abuse, sexual assault, homelessness, and betrayal as a wife, mother and woman in the military. But Jesus prayed that her faith fail not, He came and picked her up, set her free, placed her feet on solid grounds. When she was converted and she had gotten herself back together then Jesus told her to strengthen others. For it is no secret what God can do what he has done for Sandi he can do for you. Sandi is someone who has experienced the love, grace and mercy of the Lord; she desires to share it with others who are experiencing hopelessness, guilt and shame. She finds herself ministering to hurting women and veterans. It gives her joy to see healing, deliverance, and miracles take place in the lives of those who has been wounded and broken by the world.