Pamela D. Smith relaunches Christian books on prayer for women
By: Pamela D. Smith
Whether you are serving in your church, community, home, or career, spiritual and personal development is a vital component to living a purpose-driven life. Author, Speaker, Mentor, and Prayer Leader Pamela D. Smith seeks to equip women with the tools that they need to identify their purpose and experience growth in life and business.
Pamela believes that prayer, writing, and spiritual care are divine tools that will help women live a more spiritually intentional life as well as help them to further spread their message and expand their ministry or faith-based business. Combining ministry with mentorship, Pamela provides women with Christ-centered, life-transforming prayers and mentoring so that they gain confidence in their communication with God, develop spiritually and personally by conversing with God, and gain clarity on their life's purpose.
Pamela's latest book, While At the Altar, is a Christian prayer book that contains powerfully crafted prayers, declarations, journaling opportunities, and personal stories of spiritual growth and development. This prayer book for women teaches you how to pray fervently, writing a prayer, steps to inner healing, self-care for women, and how to pray for spiritual growth.
Through public speaking Pamela serves as a Prayer Leader and Speaker where she leads prayer and altar calls at conferences, events, and church services. Her prayers are intimate communion with God that engages others in a unified prayer that will help them have an intimate encounter with the Holy Spirit, create an atmosphere where they can pour out their hearts to God as they demonstrate reliance on Him, and activate their faith as they trust God to reveal His purpose for their lives.
"In order to thrive in life, we must become effective prayer warriors. Don't mistake thriving to mean that you won't experience obstacles, hardships, setbacks, and disappointments. Thriving means that even though you may experience these things, you should keep praying, keep trusting, keep believing, and keep standing," says Smith, founder of the personal brand, Pamela D. Smith.
"For many years, my prayers were generic. I prayed things like thanking God for being alive, thanking Him for health and strength, and for my family and their protection. Prayers like that. Praying these things are important and I still include them in my prayer life. However, the more I developed spiritually, the more strategic and intense my prayers have become," says Smith.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Pamela D. Smith is a devoted follower of Jesus Christ, wife, mother, author, speaker, prayer leader, and mentor. She uses her literary talent to evangelize and minister helping women to live authentically in their purpose. For more information on her services visit https://www.pameladsmith.net/
Pamela D. Smith