afternoon, June 4th, 2000 our music ministry came
to an abrupt halt when our van crashed into a
bridge. Pam was thrown onto the roadside, suffering
numerous injuries including a broken neck that left
her completely paralyzed from the chest down. Top
surgeons said she would never feel or move most of
her body again, but what earthly physicians found
impossible, the Great Physician accomplished. God
began to gradually restore feeling and movement to
Pam's lifeless limbs, and exactly one year later we
both walked into the studio to record again. Now we
are back with new songs, a new presentation, and a
powerful new testimony ... LIVING PROOF that God
on the pictures below to learn more...
Fussell, a writer for the Kansas City Star
newspaper spent several days interviewing us for
this in depth article. Very well written and
factual, this is a great way to find out the real
story. This article was distributed through the
Associate Press and has appeared in many newspapers
November 5th, 2002 issue of Woman's World Magazine
featured a great article on Pam. Deanna Pease, the
author, did a terrific job of capturing the emotion
and trama involved with the accident and Pam's
resulting condition. You'll need a hankie for this
does it feel when your entire world crashes down
around you? Pam shares her feelings and experiences
in a story she has written and submitted to
Guideposts magazine. This story has not been
published yet, but you can read it here right now.
the very beginning, Phil kept the world up-to-date
on Pam's progress through regular e-mail updates.
Here are the actual e-mails he sent out for the
first 18 months after the accident. You can relive
the drama of surgeries, complications and miracles
as Phil documents the journey of faith through the
darkest of valleys. Click
wrote Pam's testimony into what is fast becoming
her signature song. Listen carefully to the words
of "I STAND" and you will hear Pam's story ... and
maybe your own as well.
play to start.
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