Welcome to my website

My name is Pamela A. Taylor,
but you can call me Pam

I am passionately in love with Jesus Christ and delight in walking with Him daily. My greatest joy has been providing for and raising my two adult children. As a result of being a single, homeschooling mom and former missionary to third world countries, I discovered my gifts for teaching, discipling, and writing.

On this website, you’ll find me sharing real-life experiences and how they have helped me to know Jesus better. Let’s embrace our differences and see them as God sees them – as strengths!

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It’s All About Jesus

Life As A Missionary

“Now then go, and I, even I, will be with your mouth, and teach you what you are to say.”

Exodus 4:12 (NAS)

While in language school in Costa Rica, I struggled over basic grammar rules, the meanings of the words and the tenses of the verbs.  I felt frustrated. Overwhelmed! And…Like Moses, I didn’t lose much time in reminding God that I was slow of speech. And totally ill-equipped for the assignment. However, I knew He wanted me to go out among the people and speak, anyway, even though I was afraid.

Another time, after Spanish language school, the mission group sent us to Haiti, where they speak French and Creole.  I felt like I could have written the book, When God Doesn’t Make Sense. But once again God’s faithfulness was evident, as He once more told me to go because He would teach me what to say.

Of course, I often smiled with embarrassment over my slowness of speech and waved my hands around a lot trying to communicate what I was trying to say. The translation dictionary was my constant companion.

LIVING the experience was really, really hard. A challenge seems like too weak of a word to use.  So who would have guessed that when it was time to leave BOTH countries, it was unbelievably difficult and sad to have to go. I think it was because God had been so evident in my daily survival there. He seemed always so close I could almost touch Him. And He truly did keep His promise. He taught me what to say. He taught me how to communicate with those I learned to love in other countries. They taught me a different way to DO life! I am forever grateful for their patience and wisdom.

But just because I am no longer in a foreign country doesn’t mean that the days of my stepping out and “going” when I feel inadequate for the task, has ended.  Isn’t that what the Christian life is all about?  His sufficiency in our insufficiency. Now I’m living as a State-Side Missionary and enjoy sharing my faith with others as often as possible.

Fun Facts About Pam

I Thrive

near the water

I’m Writing

my memoir

grateful for


My Newest Book Series