About Pam Rosewell Moore
Pam Rosewell Moore was born near London, and became a committed Christian at age 21. She served as a short-term missionary volunteer for the Church of the Province of East Africa from 1966-1967 and in 1968 joined the mission of Brother Andrew, "God's Smuggler," a Dutchman who transported Bibles into Eastern Europe and other communist lands worldwide. In 1976 Pam became traveling companion and, later, nurse to Corrie ten Boom, the Dutch Christian who was incarcerated in a Nazi prison camp and became known through her book The Hiding Place and film of the same name. Pam assisted Miss ten Boom until her death in 1983. In 1986, the same year as her marriage to Carey Moore, she published her first book, The Five Silent Years of Corrie ten Boom. A second book was Safer than a Known Way, the story of her surrender to the will of God. Together, Pam and Carey wrote: What Happens When Husbands and Wives Pray Together? She has also written Finding Your Way through Depression and Life Lessons from the Hiding Place: Discovering the Heart of Corrie ten Boom. From 1988 - 2003 Pam served Dallas Baptist University as director of intercessory prayer and spiritual life. Pam and Carey live in Waxahachie, Texas with their two dogs, Toby and Janie. A noted author and speaker, Pam shares her heart of faith across America and the world.