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Powerful, Painful and Primary, by Pamela Moore

Recently I was sitting with my sisters in Christ in a prayer group. We were praying over an inner healing school that was in process, and specifically we were praying for the students who were having difficulty embracing the process of sanctification they were experiencing while in the class.  I was so grateful that the Holy Spirit reminded me of Ephesians 1:15 -19 -  


“For this reason, ever since I heard about your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love for all the saints, I have not stopped giving thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers.  I keep asking that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the glorious Father, may give you the Spirit of wisdom and revelation, so that you may know him better.  I pray also that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints, and his incomparably great power for us who believe.” (Ephesians 1:15-19, NIV)


When we embark on a new journey of faith to learn about the inner healing process of looking at those wounded places, it’s HARD. 


I think of it as having a beautiful new pair of shoes that need breaking in. The higher the quality of shoes, the more painful that breaking in period is.  

While you are learning, suddenly everything shifts away from your Prayer Minister leading you into repentance.  Now that you have decided to dig deeper and understand better how to listen to those other classmates and ministry clients, we pray you will have that Spirit of wisdom and discernment to know Jesus better.  


In the shifting season you are in, everything becomes different except Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  They are right there as the trinity in the middle of all that internal upheaval you are experiencing. Hold on to them, dear ones.  


And know unequivocally, that He has called you to participate “in the glorious inheritance of the saints, and his incomparably great power for us who believe.”  Keep reminding yourself that Ephesians 3:18-21 is still true -


“And may you have the power to understand, as all God’s people should, how wide, how long, how high and how deep his love is.” (Ephesians 3:18-21, NLT)  


So, when those ‘new shoes’ pinch, and your heart is battered and bruised, remember, dear ones, that to the degree that you can sit in your personal pain and embrace healing through repentance, that is the degree to which you will be able to lead others to healing as well.  Your healing is powerful, painful, and primary, but worth every tear.  Just know that You are loved and prayed over by those who have learned to sit with pain too.  


Pamela Moore

Founder & CEO, Kardian Partners

Elijah House Trained  Prayer Minister

His Whole House Intercessor


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Pamela Moore is the Founder and CEO of Kardian Partners a heart-focused Christian Counseling Practice based in Crosby, TX. As a contractor with His Whole House Ministry throughout COVID she ministered to those who were seeking support in the San Antonio, TX area and online.  She is a passionate Prayer Minister that desires to see Christians live the abundant life Jesus proclaims in John 10:10.


She and her husband, Brad, are now involved in their church in Crosby, TX since November 2022.  They are both teachers for Sunday School and various Bible Studies.  As a couple, they are enthusiastic and intentional to help teach the Body of Christ to be disciples of others.  Pamela also attends Moms in Prayer weekly and is active in her local homeowner’s association and Garden Club.  


An Elijah House Prayer Minister Internship Program Graduate and a Member of The American Association of Christian Counselors she holds a certification for Family and Marriage Counseling.  Pamela worked with His Whole House CEO, Molly McNamara, and her office manager, to develop and refine various aspects of administration including QuickBooks and client scheduling prior to moving to San Antonio.  Pamela assisted other Prayer Ministers with the administration and delivery of numerous Elijah House Schools.  

She is a graduate of our Lady of the Lake University San Antonio, TX she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a minor in Management Cum Laude in 2013.  Pamela was the first in her family to earn a Bachelors.  


Pamela spent her professional career as an Oil & Gas administrator specializing in Organizational Training and Development with involvement in Human Resources and Benefits administration.  Pamela’s favorite job was managing the onboarding of new graduate Engineers to receive their initial training for adjustment from college to career programs.  At the request of her director she researched, implemented, and trained other management members to operate a Learning Management System that satisfied the safety and knowledge transfer for contractors with complex onshore and offshore equipment operations.  Pamela also worked on multiple interdisciplinary teams that developed training events according to the ADDIE model with course development and SME training to assist subject matter experts in their development of professional presentation skills and teaching practices for effective product information transfer to new employees and client audiences.  


They are a multi-generational family and currently share their home with her father “Pops.”  Her two sons live in the Houston area and are thriving.  Their oldest son is a Master Plumber who developed and owns his own commercial plumbing company.  Their youngest son is a distinguished Disabled Veteran who served in Afghanistan as a Combat Medic.  He has challenged barriers to healing since his retirement for the Army.  We are proud to say he is an Iron Man athlete and a master’s candidate at either U of H Downtown or Texas A & M this upcoming fall semester.  Pamela is also a Navy veteran who worked in communications before the internet was the internet.  


Her hobbies are knitting, painting and repurposing old furniture.  She and her yellow lab, named Cadie, are currently walking a Mile a Day for a fundraiser with the American Heart Association.  She would love to write a book someday about her life now as a born-again Christian that would minister to military service children now adults.  

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