Sarah Keimig

'Twas Blind But Now I See


Sarah Keimig has been a Christian most of her life. Born blind, due to cataracts, just outside Denver, Colorado in the mid 1980's, Sarah grew up with her parents and younger sister in Vancouver, Washington. After several surguries as an infant, she was able to see with the help of very thick glasses. Growing up in the church, she always prayed that God would heal her eyes. While He didn't do that the way she had hoped, He did keep her vision stable throughout her childhood and early adult years.

In 2010, Sarah married her wonderful husband Eli (who happens to be blind in his right eye, so he totally gets her), and they made Central Virginia their home.

In 2014, Sarah learned that her corneas were failing causing her to slowly go blind yet again. On February 1, 2018, she had a cornea transplant in her right eye - improving her vision dramatically, and changing her life and faith forever.

When she isn't sharing the amazing things God had done in her life, or the lessons He has taught her through her transplant, she can be found reading (and sometimes reviewing) ridiculous amounts of Christian Fiction, enjoying dark chocolate, traveling to see her family in Washington State, listening to Adventures in Odyssey, or watching Full House and NCIS.

Feel free to contact her with any comments, questions, or prayer requests. If you would like her to share her story with your church or group, feel free to contact her about that as well!