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Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. --Mark Twain


Pam Taylor has you on her mind when she writes. Life is a journey. And there's no reason you have to go it alone. She hopes to encourage you in your personal relationship with Jesus. You can read more about the the books she has written and purchase them below.

Jimmy Learns about Life by Pamela A. Taylor

Jimmy Learns about Life

Join Jimmy and his mama in this light-heart book of character traits for kids.Jimmy is your average 7-year-old. He is going through life, having fun, and learning a lot along the way. His mom is doing her best, with the help of her brother, Uncle Charlie, to instill Christian values in her son. Through mishaps, ministry, and more, Jimmy learns that there’s more to life than first impressions.

Each chapter of this book contains a character trait Jimmy learns during teachable moments of life. Character traits include:

  • Patience
  • Forgiveness
  • Perseverance
  • Grace
  • Pride
  • Honesty
  • And more

Every chapter is followed by a reflection question to help kids take the story off the pages and into their own life. The easy-to-read text allows kids to read this book on their own or with their favorite adult. The best part? These fun accounts are stories your child will relate to. Pick up your copy of “Jimmy Learns About Life” today.

My Father: Experiencing God's Love from A-Z by Pamela A. Taylor

My Father: Experiencing God's Love from A-Z

“Looking for the blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for us, that He might redeem us from every lawless deed and purify for Himself His own special people, zealous for good works.”

Titus 2:13-14

Sometimes it’s hard to center down and pray. In those times, I’ve found the discipline of following the structure of the alphabet helps me keep focused. It helps me clear my mind of other things so I can rest in Him who is my rest.

My hope is that My Father: Experiencing God’s Love A-Z acrostic devotional will get you started seeing God with fresh eyes. Helping you feel more confident in your relationship with Jesus in thought and prayer.

Perhaps you will find this A-Z approach to be a fun activity with your kids. Maybe on a road trip or walking out in nature. Finding additional words to describe your Father God. The possibilities are endless. I’d love to hear from you about how A - Z has enriched your relationship with God.

Daddy, Daddy. Guess What I Saw?

Daddy, Daddy! Guess What I Saw?

Children model what they observe in adults, and especially what they see in their parents. Jesus tells us in Matthew 18:3 that we must change and become like little children in order to enter the Kingdom of God. Hopefully Daddy, Daddy! Guess What I Saw Today? will be one of many tools the Lord can use to help you towards that goal, refreshing your own view of the ordinary things around you, to regain that childlike joy of God’s creation, so the children in your life, will “catch” that from you. And that you, too will enter into your children’s enthusiasm for God’s Creation, with them.This book is for anyone who longs to be reminded of the beauty, the color, the texture, and life that Father God created for the enjoyment of His children of all ages.

God Loves Aardvarks: And God Loves Me

God Loves Aardvarks: And God Loves Me

"Thank you, God, that you love all the animals and bugs. You love funny looking aardvarks and you love me."

Thankfulness through the alphabet. That's what this fun book will teach the kids in your life.

My Father For Children: Praising God Through the Alphabet

My Father For Children: Praising God Through the Alphabet

With an easy-to-follow, alphabetical format, your child will discover how God cares for them in this new book from Pamela A. Taylor.

This interactive acrostic devotional journal is designed to draw your child into the extremely personal and abundant love of Jesus.

Faith Talk

Faith Talk

Whether you are head-over-heels in love with Jesus but struggle to put your faith into words or you aren't quite sure about this whole Jesus thing, Faith Talk lets you know that you aren't alone. But it doesn't stop there, it's designed to bring real Christian women alongside readers to help them see the gospel at work in their lives - whether that's for the first time or the ten-thousandth time.

Personality & Jesus

Personality & Jesus

Do you know who God created you to be? Have you ever stopped to think about how your personality affects the way you interact with others? Find out more in this new book by Pamela A. Taylor.

Personalities in the Bible

Personalities in the Bible

Did you know you were handcrafted by God’s design? It’s true! In this second book, we will explore together the personalities of twelve men and women from the Bible. Real people with real struggles and personality conflicts. Just like you and me. The same joys and trials. The same successes and failures. The same emotions. It will be evident that God uses imperfect people. And, isn’t that Good News!? What made Noah perfect for building the ark and how was David able to remain a man after God’s own heart through all the betrayal and failures he endured? And what does that have to do with you and me and those we love? I’m glad you asked... Let’s find out together...

Personality in Action

Personality in Action: How to Live From Your Strengths

Live joyfully in your personality strengths!

This is the third book in the Living from Your Strengths trilogy, and it’s here to bring it all together. In this final book, you will learn why I choose Ministry Insight’s “Leading From Your Strengths” Biblically based assessment as the basis for my coaching practice. Plus, you will learn how to:

  • live joyfully from your personality strengths.
  • manage your emotions during challenging times,
  • build healthier relationships
  • And last, but not least, see through the lens that we are here not to compete but to complete each other. To build each other up.