Pam Ella Jantz: Breathing life into others so they can bloom into their potential.

Great For:

• Women’s Conferences
• Women’s Retreats
• Dynamic speaking engagements
• Group Break-out Sessions

Author Of:

Over the Rainbow—From a Stormy Past to a Future Full of Color


• Finding Our Way Home to our True Selves
• Bullied by Our Behavior No More
• Wrestling with our Wounds & Winning the War
• Walking Through the Valley of Vulnerability
• Doing Struggle with Dignity, not Despair

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Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Pam Jantz is an author and a speaker who is passionate about sharing her story to encourage those who struggle with emotional dysfunction, strive to find happiness, and who long to have freedom in their lives. Growing up in dysfunction and being unhappy from as far back as she can remember, happiness was always a struggle she wrestled with…even into her adult life. Echoing in her mind were the words of her grandfather, “You are meant to rise to your potential.”

When her world came crashing down, after a 25-year marriage ended in divorce, her brokenness caused her to search for the root cause of her own emotional struggles and how to embrace inner healing. Her book, Over the Rainbow, has come out of these personal experiences where she shares her story in an honest and vulnerable way to inspire and bring hope that life doesn’t have to stay the same and that you, too, can uncover your true purpose.

Coming from an entrepreneurial background, Pam has had multiple businesses over the course of three decades. She has facilitated bible studies, worked as the director of women’s ministries, organized retreats and has spoken at various women’s gatherings, retreats, and small groups. She is also the founder of Breathe & Bloom, LLC, where her goal is to breathe life into others so they can bloom into their potential.

Pam resides with her husband, Sheldon, in Colorado Springs and they enjoy hiking, rappelling, and line-dancing. She also enjoys writing, speaking, encouraging, teaching, hiking, interior decorating, and reading about people’s journeys and how they overcame their own personal struggles.