Evangelist First Lady Pam Lewis
First Lady Pamela S. Lewis was born and raised in Denver, CO. At the age 11 years old, she was baptized by the late Pastor D. M. Survine at Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church where she worked and served in the church as a member of the Jr. choir and ushers board.
Evangelist Pam met her husband Pastor Richard L. Lewis in April 1989 and they were joined in marriage July 27, 1996. A year later her husband was called to Pastor in Fort Collins CO, and she became the First Lady of Greater Faith Baptist Church. In 2000 the Lord called Pastor Lewis and First Lady Pam to start the deliverance ministry of House of Hope Christian Ministries.
Because of her love for the Lord, Evangelist Pam began a zealous work for the Kingdom. She has served in almost every capacity of ministry in the church from heading the praise team, directing the choir, leading the women's auxiliary to vigorously working outside of the church walls in the prison ministry.
In 2002 Evangelist Pam was introduced to the Minister's Wives and Ministers' Widows Assoc. She was very active and committed to the Association and in December of 2003 was installed as the president of the Aurora, CO, local chapter. She was later installed as the First Vice President for the state of the Colorado Association of Ministers Wives and Ministers' Widows.
Growing in the Lord, Evangelist Pam knew she had another calling in her life. She answered that call and was licensed in 2009 as an Evangelist in the ministry.
Evangelist Pam and her husband share 3 children and 6 beautiful grand children. Her work continues as she reaches for higher heights and newer levels in her walk. She has a genuine loving and caring personality and will go out of her way to help anyone.
One of Evangelist Pam’s favorite scripture that she quotes on a regular basis is "I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me." Philippians 4:13 (NKJV)