Frequently Asked Questions
About Pam Rosewell Moore
Are there any relatives of Corrie ten Boom still alive?
We have no information about any living relatives.
Where did you grow up?
In the ancient town of Hastings on the southeast coast of England. I watched the tides of the English Channel ebb and flow and wondered about the countries in other parts of the world.
Why do you live in Texas now?
Texas is the state where I met and married my husband, Carey Moore, in 1986. We live in a small city south of Dallas.
Where does your family live? How often do you see them?
My younger sister, Sylvia, and brother, Digger (as he is always called) and their families live in northern and southern England respectively. We see each other about once each year.
What do you like doing in your spare time?
Reading, playing with our dogs, Toby and Janie, listening to concert music, and singing.
Who was the most influential person in your life?
My sister, Sylvia, two years younger than I, whose life challenged me to become a real follower of the Lord Jesus Christ, instead of a half-hearted one.
What is a favorite food?
Raw Dutch herring.
How did you become a writer/speaker?
Since I first learned of the existence of words and meanings, I loved them. Later in my life I was given experiences which I knew would help other people. I had four days’ lessons in learning how to write stories in 1984 and those days changed my life. Some of the principles I learned in writing have been applied to my narrative speaking.
Which passage of Scripture do you turn to the most often?
In your relationship with one another, have the same attitude of mind Christ Jesus had:
who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant….