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Matt. 26:36-46




Matt. 26:36-46

Life in and of itself has challenges and challenges are designed to cripple or deter us from what God has in store for us.  Jesus, in his humanity, experienced the battle between the flesh and the spirit; therefore, he decided to have a Gethsemane encounter where he submitted himself to prayer which resulted in being touched by God, allowing Him to rise in victory and walk with faith towards His calling.  What sent him to the garden? His purpose sent him to the garden. You will, often times, have a battle between the flesh and the spirit when fulfilling your purpose.  As a result, this should ultimately lead you to have a Gethsemane experience and because of this experience, while expressing a dependency on God, (prayer), will give birth to you walking by faith and not by sight.  As Jesus was experiencing God, there’s some tension in the story that those who were a part of his inner circle did not understand the importance of practicing spiritual formation—the power of silence, solitude and prayer—when communing with God!  Jesus wants us, as a community, to practice spiritual formation.


How can you develop or destroy your faith? Are you warring in your own spirit? Do you question God’s sovereignty? It is possible that a variety of things in your life are causing you to feel a loss of faith. Loss comes from misunderstandings, personality conflicts, tragic circumstances, ill treatment and our own ignorance. Whether it is stress, trauma, grief, or just feeling a disconnect from God and the world around you, Sisters, what can YOU DO to develop your faith so that in all and through all, God gets the glory. Remember when Jesus asked his disciples, “Where is your faith?” This session will challenge you to grow and develop a stronger relationship with God. 

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Pam Harris' Biography

Pam Harris is a highly respected speaker and an inspiring advocate for women’s Spiritual growth. She is a cheerleader for women and has inspired countless women to unlock their full potential and pursue the calling that God has on their lives.


With her deep-rooted faith, biblical wisdom, and compassionate spirit, she has dedicated her life to empowering women to cultivate a strong relationship with God and fulfill their unique purpose for the building of his Kingdom.


Pam’s spiritual journey began at an early age, and she has since developed a love and profound understanding of the scriptures and the teachings of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.


She loves uplifting, inspiring and encouraging women of all ages. Pam combines her biblical knowledge with real-life experiences to deliver engaging and transformative messages.


Professionally, she has spent the past 25 years serving in the field of early childhood education, K-12 education, post-secondary education, social services, and most recently, workforce and career development. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas, a master’s degree from Avila University, a Certification in College Advising, and recently completed a Certified Public Manager program at the University of Kansas. In the not-too-distant future, Sis. Pam will pursue a Doctoral degree in Organizational Development, Leadership and Management, so that she can better serve her church and community.

She is a consultant with the DeVos Urban Leadership Initiative a 15-month leadership initiative that equips Urban Youth leaders with state-of-the art faith-based leadership training and currently serves on the Board of UniteKC, a racial healing and reconciliation movement that seeks to bring UNITY to the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan area.


She is the wife of Dr. Artrell Harris, minister of the Roswell Church in Kansas City, KS and together they have one daughter, named Zoey. Pam is passionate about the Lord’s Church, her community and helping individuals achieve spiritual and emotional wholeness and wellness. Both in word and deed, she pushes individuals to be naturally and spiritually healthy and inspires them to fulfill the call that God has on their lives. Her philosophy is simple; Treat others as you would like to be treated and ALWAYS put God first.


Her Favorite Saying Is Simple: Your Life has Impact, Your Story is Important, Your Dreams Count, Your Voice Matters because you were born to make a difference and impact the world for the cause of Christ.

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