Thoughts on Pam and her ministry
Brother Andrew, “God’s Smuggler"
I see a very important principle unfolding in Pam’s life. She has always been where God can use her to supplement the life and ministry of somebody who needed - you guessed it - Pam. With all the talents, love and dedication God has given her, Pam was there to assist in her unique way a person hurt by success, or hurt by a stroke, or hurt by personal calamities - and always her gifts came at the right time, thus enriching many lives. I know that the word surrender is not a very popular one, but the world would be nowhere today if there were not enough people who are willing first of all to do what God asks of them, and secondly to do what people ask of them.
Corrie ten Boom
My constant companion and co-worker in my home is Pam Rosewell. Pam comes from England; we are a happy team. She works side by side with me and is young and able. I needed her before as a fellow traveler, but I need her help now, more than ever, as a fellow teammate.
I am so happy that Carey and Pam have been asked to write the book, “What Happens When Husbands and Wives Pray Together?” I seriously doubt if there would be many divorces among Christians if they took time to kneel in prayer once each day and each prayed for the other. I know this book will be a blessing to many couples and I hope it will keep many from needlessly calling it quits.
Your dedication to hearing God’s voice and following it without hesitation is so encouraging to me. God used you in such an incredibly powerful way to bring the Holy Spirit and His healing and Christ’s joy into this group of precious women. You embody the love and grace of Christ.
–Vicki, Women’s Retreat Leader, California
I came to hear you speak on Corrie but your personal insight on depression is what hit me. I now have a new outlook on depression and the suffering involved. If I hadn't been at the camp this weekend I may never have known that I wasn't alone in my struggle. I pray your message keeps getting told.
-Maddie, who attended a retreat weekend in Minnesota
Maybe you already know the impact that you have as a writer. I encourage you to persevere. I gained new insights as I read. It wasn't the fact that Corrie ten Boom had been imprisoned that changed my life--it wasn't her story of hardship; it was her ability to center everything on Christ.-Rose, who read one of Pam’s books