Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Pam, and I'm the founder of Prayer Chain Online. Back in 2009, I found myself
writing prayer requests everywhere: on church bulletins, on little slips of paper that I would stuff into my purse, and
even in the margins of my Bible. Prayer requests seemed to come from everywhere! People would call me and ask for prayer,
they would email me, they would send me text messages and even IM me. In church, the pastor would mention prayer requests,
and people would stop me throughout the day at work and even at the grocery store to ask for prayer. After a while I found myself
getting very disorganized, and I worried about forgetting - or misplacing -
prayer requests that were entrusted to me. Since I was a software developer by vocation, I knew that there had to be a way
to organize all these requests and make myself more productive. And hence, the idea for Prayer Chain Online was born.
I have tried very hard to make Prayer Chain Online a product that would not only help me, but help others to become
more organized and diligent in their prayer lives as well. I have tried to give it a personal touch, so it doesn't
feel so technical. But let's face it -it's a program that runs on a computer. There
is always going to be someone who doesn't like merging technology with their
spiritual disciplines. For those of you who don't mind making use of the
computer to become more efficient, I welcome you!
I don't want to bore those of you who are just trying to find out more about our
company. If you want to know more about me personally, use the contact form to
send me an email - I promise I'll reply (well, eventually, anyway!).
God bless you on your spiritual journey!
P. S. Please note that this is a Christian site and we believe in the Lord Jesus
Christ as our Savior. We welcome people of all faiths, but we reserve the right to
deny membership to groups who have an anti-Christian bias or who use hate
Your comments and thoughts are always welcome. Feel free to contact us by using the contact form found