Pam is an accomplished solo artist, speaker and bible teacher. Her love for people, and passion for Gods word are always at the heart of everything she does. She is a daughter, wife, (married to her sweetheart Bob for 37 years) mother of 2 grown children, grandmother and recording artist. After accepting Jesus Christ as her personal Savior at the age of 20 through the ministry of her local church, she began her journey of growing in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ. Because she has always loved music, it seemed only natural to join in with the choir. It was there God gave her a love for gospel music and it was the beginning of what would later become the stepping stone of her ministry today.
In 1981 Pam gave birth to their second child, a beautiful baby boy. A few moments after he was born, the doctors realized something was terribly wrong and he was immediately sent to Atlanta to the children’s hospital. He was diagnosed with a rare heart disease and 6 weeks later, they found themselves sitting in a hospital waiting room as he underwent open heart surgery. Eight hours later, he passed away. After her heart had begun to heal, Pam’s was asked to sing her very first solo, “Peace In The Midst of the Storm”. Out of that experience, God began speaking to her heart to step out and sing a “new song” for Him. (Psalm 40: 1-3) As one who was much more comfortable in the pew than being out front, the call to step out was not an easy one. There were many hurdles to overcome, a broken heart, shyness, insecurity, and deep rooted fears. God lovingly taught her to trust Him as “Father” to overcome her fears and step out believing that He would use her story and her life for His glory as she yielded to Him. Two years later at the age of 24, ministry was birthed. She stepped out of the security of choir loft and into the community singing “His song” using whatever platform God opened. She has learned along the way, that the Christian walk does not exempt you from challenges and difficulties. In fact, Jesus said we would have trials, but not to fear because He has overcome! It’s in the trials where we see our faith turn to victory and our fears and disappointments become gateways of learning who we are and who our God is! She’s learned that walking with Jesus daily is one of continual surrender and trust and that God will “always ” be faithful to complete what He began.
Since that time as a young woman when she first stepped out, God has opened many doors that she could never have imagined way back then. Pam has now been singing “His song” for 34 years. Her early musical influences were Sandy Patty, Babbie Mason, Janet Paschal, and the Gaither’s. Today, she sings a variety of styles of music that lift up the name of Jesus Christ and draw the audience to worship at the feet of the Savior. She weaves her story through song, making it an uplifting, inspiring and personal experience for all.
Her desire above all else, is to share the love of Christ, to make Him known through her music, life story, and His spoken word. Her passion is seeing women fall in love with Jesus and experience the transformation and wholeness that comes from knowing who you are in Christ, and who God made you to be. She shares how Jesus came to set the captives free, to bring deliverance, and “total restoration.” Her own life story is one of overcoming and moving from the place of just “surviving” in the Christian life, to “thriving”. Bringing the message of the gospel, the good news, that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us, demonstrating His love for all. That whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. He is the way the truth and the life. Jesus Christ can set you free, give you peace and an abundant life! Out of these truths and a desire to glorify Christ, she continues to share from a treasure box of her life experiences, the marvelous grace that has sustained her and brought her through. Her story beautifully speaks to what “God” can do and how taking hold of the power of Gods Word can absolutely transform any life.
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