Sandra Sims

Director of Advertising Sales

Sandra Sims has been with Sojourners since March 2012. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas in Denton, TX and a certificate in Nonprofit Management from Midwestern University in Wichita Falls, TX.

As Sojourners Director of Advertising Sales she works with many faith based organizations, seminaries, book publishers and other companies who want to reach Sojourners highly engaged audience. This includes our award-winning Sojourners magazine, email newsletters like SojoMail, website advertising and conference sponsorships.

Sandra is the proud mom to one son, Micah, and married to Troy Sims, an ordained deacon in the United Methodist Church.

Articles By This Author

Getting Sojourners Magazine to the Next Generation of Readers

by Sandra Sims 06-24-2015
Reading Sojourners magazine at historically black colleges and universities.
Lisa Sharon Harper, Dillard University Chaplain Ernest Salsberry and a first year student. Image via Sojourners.

Lisa Sharon Harper, Dillard University Chaplain Ernest Salsberry and a first year student. Image via Sojourners. 

One interesting fact about Sojourners history: when we began publishing the magazine, it was distributed for free on several college campuses. For the past two years we’ve renewed that tradition as part of a tour of historically black colleges and universities.

In February, Lisa Sharon Harper, Sojourners’ Chief Church Engagement Officer, spoke with students at four HBCU campuses across the country

Our Fool’s Errand

by Sandra Sims 04-01-2015
Happy April Fool's Day, nito / Shutterstock.com

Happy April Fool's Day, nito / Shutterstock.com

In 1 Corinthians 1:18-31 Paul says that “the message about the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.”

I can think of many times when I’ve felt foolish. Like forgetting someone’s name, or worse, calling them by the wrong name. Or when I read The Life of Pi and thought it was based on a true story because of the voice of the journalist.

The times when being foolish has really hurt, though, were when I placed trust in people only to be let down.

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