Employee Spotlight: Pamela Crawford, Director of First Impressions, Nashville Ground Campus

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Daymar College


Pamela Crawford, Director of First ImpressionsPamela Renee’ Crawford, a former native of Chicago, IL, is the youngest of three children. Her parents raised her in the fear of God and they knew there was an anointing on her life.

At the age of 10, Pamela sang her first solo while a member of the Union Missionary Baptist Church entitled “Give Yourself to Jesus”. After which she and a friend entered a talent contest at school singing “Witness for My Lord” and won first place. From that moment on, she knew God had given her a gift and that He would use her as His instrument.

After years of singing and working with the music department at her home church, she was led to join the world-renowned Rev. Milton Brunson and the Thompson Community Singers in 1987. She was blessed to record such songs as “Keep Holding On”, “Don't Stop Praying” and “Safe in His Arms” on video. She's traveled all across this country as well as overseas ministering to crowd’s great and small while apart of the Tommies and beyond.

In 1993 while attending the ECC Music Workshop, she was asked to record “I Can Go to the Rock” with the Chicago Mass Choir. She also recorded, “Lift the Savior Up”, “Nobody Like Jesus” as well as many others.

She wrote and performed the song “Get to That Place” on “Bishop Jerry L Maynard Presents the Cathedral of Praise Choir”, first live recording.

In July of 2014, she became a solo recording artist with DLORAH Music Group. She has released two singles, Restoration, written by Evangelist Crawford and Look to Jesus. The full project entitled, “Pamela Crawford Live”, was released April 28, 2017.  

She made Billboard twice in 2017 in the top 25 for album sales. She was nominated for and won Female Artist of the Year at the Voices of Gospel Music Awards in September of 2017.

Pamela is set to record her second CD July 14, 2018 in Champaign, IL.

She makes a wonderful addition to the Nashville Campus. Thank you, Pamela, for all you do!