Writer, Public Speaker, and Mother in Georgia
Pamela Hawkins, was raised within the traditional church setting. It would not be until she was in her late 20’s, that she would answer the call on her life. After attending the Hartford Seminary, her experiences include but are not limited to preaching as well as teaching in New England’s School of Ministry. She has been blessed with participating in the development of a curriculum for New England Minister’s to study to obtain their ordination, which is still being used today. She has served as a Chaplain at the Mt. Sinai Hospital, a prayer warrior, preached in the prison system, worked with DCF (Department of Child and Family Services) and DMR (Department of Mental Retardation) group homes as well as the abused, homeless women and substance abuse victims.
She has sheltered and ministered to homeless youth, as she believes they are our church of tomorrow. Seeing the affect that God has given her, she seeks to reach people on a broader spectrum. So with God as her guide, she embarks into the territory of writing. The works that will follow along with her blogs, devotional messages, and poetry, help turn that peek into a full view of what God is doing through her.
She is the mother of four adult sons and six grandchildren. Her greatest desire is to Minister to the heart of Yeshua, and in doing so, she will be sensitive to the needs of His people. Ultimately, she is one of God's greatest creations, a work in progress, A Remnant of God...
Matthew 25:40 And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.’