Rev. Sarah J. Griggs, president of Exodus Ministries, is dedicated to teaching and preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through pulpit ministry, workshops, seminars, and ministry in jails, she presents biblical truth in a practical and applicable way.
Sensing God’s call to prepare for vocational ministry, she attended Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. During her course of study she experienced ministry in a wide variety of settings, including a mission trip to Peru and neighborhood witnessing.
Since then, she has worked both in and out of churches. Reverend Griggs has served in various positions in churches such as treasurer, board member and teacher for Children’s Church. She also has been a guest preacher for various churches and ministries. In addition to teaching Bible studies, she is currently assistant chaplain at Shawnee County Adult Detention Center, in Topeka, Ks.
In 1992, Rev. Griggs stepped out in obedience to God’s call by founding Exodus Ministries. She has been faithful to the direction God has charted for the ministry, to “Set the captives free and teach those who have already been set free.” With a passion for reaching the lost and equipping the “found,” she ministers the uncompromised word of God in power and love.
A lifelong Topekan, Rev. Griggs received a bachelor's degree in business administration from Washburn University.