First Lady Pamela Thomas is known by her humble, loving, kind and hospitable spirit. She strives to live by the first commandment by loving God with all her heart, all her soul, all her mind and all her strength. She is saved sanctified and filled with the Holy Ghost. She demonstrates God's love in her life by the way she loves and serves His people. Missionary Thomas is a hands on First Lady. She is dedicated to the work God has called her husband to do as the Pastor of Grace and Truth Evangelistic COGIC. She works side by side with him in the ministry and does whatever her hands find to do giving all glory and honor to God. First Lady is a singer, teacher, and administrator. She does whatever it takes to get the job done. She was born in Chicago, Illinois and attended Chicago Public Schools until her family relocated to Maywood, Illinois. She became a student at Garfield Elementary School and Proviso East High School. Like her mother, she graduated at the age of 16 from high school. The fall of that year she started college at the University of Illinois at Chicago where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts with a major in Spanish. On August 8, 2009 Sis. Thomas received her Master's of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling. First Lady Thomas began singing and directing in her church choir at the age of 9. Her mother always encouraged her to continue developing her gift. She suggested that her daughter participate in the high school choir and insisted that she find the gospel choir in college. Sis.Thomas was approached by an energetic group of young people promoting a student organization called Gospel Unlimited Workshop Choir. She joined the choir. Through this ministry First lady became best friends with a young lady that invited her to a New Year's Eve service December 31st, 1981 where she accepted the Lord Jesus Christ into her life. God had other blessings for our First Lady when she joined the choir. Who knew that she would be found by a young man who took sudden interest in her, and pursued her until they became man and wife in June, 1986 two weeks after her graduation from UIC. Pastor and First Lady later became the proud parents of three beautiful children, David, Jonathan and Cassia.