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Another Amazing Story at Fleurenasci

Dove Awards Fleurenasci Jewelry Jewelry from flowers Pamela Vandewalker Uncategorized

10704239_10152776286785960_171382427313662690_o (1)One awesome part of my job is learning about the story behind the flowers I transform into keepsakes. This past month I had the privilege of turning some very special flowers into beautiful earrings for an incredible woman, Pamela Vandewalker. Pamela has traveled internationally promoting and helping the welfare of children,and she recently received a Dove Award for her work. I was honored to create earrings from her flowers I wanted to share a bit of her story. Pamela is actually the author of more than 30 books and a full-time minister of worship programming and creativity serving a congregation of over 7,000 active worshipers. As a senior programming director for six worship services, she guides and creates worship opportunities from traditional worship to seeker oriented, media-driven contemporary worship. Pamela also coordinates the children's music program, with 800 children participating, and the church's drama ministry. She has served with a variety of publishing houses as a creative arts, devotional, and curriculum writer for worship, drama, and the music genres for over 20 years. As a nationally recognized clinician and conference speaker, Pamela has the opportunity to share insight and relevant ministry tools to hundreds of people every year. Her newest projects include: Live Love!(Lillenas), Camp Wallaballa (Lillenas), Made for Praise volume 12 (Dovetail Music), and Tiny, Tots & Tunes. She earned Magna Cum Laude undergraduate and graduate degrees from Houston Baptist University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City, respectively. She and her husband, David, make their home in Marietta, Georgia. And be sure to check out this link to see pictures of Pamela at the Dove Awards. Thanks Pam for entrusting me with your flowers, and thank you for all you do!    

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