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Pamela’s Prayer is the story of a prayerful father, a listening daughter, and the sovereignty of God. It is faith realized…and purity lifted high.

This motion picture portray the unique story of Pamela Bucklin from her birth in 1969 to her wedding day in 1991.  Her mother died the day she was born. Her father taught her a certain perspective about purity and marriage.  All of her friends were dating. Pamela was not. And it seemed unfair that her father insisted on such a high standard of purity. Yes, it seemed unfair …until the day she married.


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3 thoughts to “Pamela’s Prayer

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    We loved this father/daughter movie. This is a great film for the entire family. Some will say this movie is unreal in our day but we say not so. Great lessons to wait on the Lord and not to follow the worldly peer pressures. Wonderful ending.

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    Angela Murdock

    I watched this movie last night. It teaches the truth. It is better to wait to kiss the person you marry. Dating is dangerous and when I look back on my own dati g experience, I see that I was frequently put in spiritually dangerous situations where pressure that I didn’t want was put on me. After college two of my closest friends got pregnant while dating active lds guys. They would mock me and my cluelessness as they would talk about the unchaste things that they did. Even though I was spending my time with “good christian/lds kids” it was not a good situation and I feel blessed to have had Heavenly Fathers protection in thosr situations. Putting 16 yr olds on a situation to be alone with the opposite sex with raging hormones is not a good idea.

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    It’s a huge blessing for Pamela that her father raised her to be virtuous and helped her avoid getting into bad circumstances. Wonderful movie.


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