Women's Ministry Director
Pam was born and raised in rural England and came to live in the states by way of love and marriage. Her spiritual heritage is that of the Church of England, including primary and secondary schools, but her faith in Christ was completed in the US under the ministry of Jesse and Nettie Miller, missionaries to the US military. Pam and her husband served in the military chapel wherever they were stationed, ministering to military singles and spouses.
Since those days Pam has served as a chaplain in ministry to incarcerated women, leading to the founding of a Biblical substance abuse counseling ministry that has a national and international reach.
In 2010 the Lord called Pam to serve as Women’s Chaplain at the Indiana Statehouse, joining Matt Barnes, who founded the ministry there. God has granted favor and opened many doors, enabling Pam to share the Good News, lead Bible Studies, counsel leaders and their staff, found Women’s Statehouse Day, pray in the legislature, and grow relationships of trust with women state leaders. Pam has also traveled to other countries to train and speak on the work of ministry to public servants. Pam also delights to speak to churches and women’s groups here in the US about ministry in the political arena.
Pam’s desire is counter-culture, exhorting believers to care deeply about their elected leaders, regardless of party or ideology, and minister to them biblically by prayer and encouragement, building bridges that will open doors for the Gospel.
Pam is a published author, and has three children and eleven grandchildren.
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