Pam Tebow wants women to know they have the God-given power to influence lives—no matter what age they are. They don’t have to listen to the devil’s lies any longer.
When her mother turned 70 and questioned the value of her life’s accomplishments, Tebow helped change her mother’s mindset and convince her of her worth. When her mother died 16 years later, she knew she had made a difference. That’s only one story of Tebow’s sphere of influence.
While in college, she realized she needed to know and learn God’s Word to impact others. Once the Bible became a part of her, she knew she could impact others, including the character of her five children. Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow, Pam’s son, credits his mom’s teaching as the key to his success.
The ripple effects of a woman’s influence, Pam Tebow says, can extend far beyond anything you can imagine.
“We’re all in different seasons of life and have different opportunities,” Tebow said on a recent episode of “Charisma Connection.” “No matter whether we’re young or old, we still have the opportunity, as long as we are still breathing, to have a positive impact on the people around us.
“We all want a reason to wake up and have something to look forward to that’s bigger than just starting a job or a class or our home environment. We want a reason to keep on keeping on. The purpose of influence gives us that reason.”
For more of Pam’s story and to learn how you too can be a woman of influence, listen to the podcast below.