4th April 2019
It’s not often you hear of a mother and her children being fortunate in each having separate books published simultaneously, but that’s exactly what happened for Janelle Pamphile and her daughter Annalise 8 and son Madiba 4 years old.
All three have had books published and their achievement have gained public recognition.
Janelle, in her book entitled Pain Passes but the Beauty Remains Forever, shares a message of courage, hope and perseverance to help others find the strength to never give up. Janelle’s childhood was not ideal. Her father was an alcoholic, and as in many families of an alcoholic this unfortunately led to domestic abuse, so she knows intimately the devastating effect this can have. Now she does her part to bring awareness to these issues, and to help those in need.
In her book she speaks from a passionate heart and believes that prayer and believing in God’s power is one of the purest ways to touch and communicate with the hearts of the audience. She believes it all comes down to choice and taking responsibility for the direction of your life. Janelle is proof that you don’t have to allow adversity to hold you down in life; you have a fascinating and inspiring destiny awaiting you.
Her achievements have inspired her children to also put pen to paper, 5-year-old Madiba who attends the Stonebridge Primary School in Harlesden is autistic yet and, in his book, Madiba Inspires Black Boys With Speech Disorder To Think Big!!, writes about how parents can help their children who may have speech disorders and what methods can be used help them overcome.
Speaking of her son, Janelle says, “what is so amazing about my son is that he was born very ill and the doctors had given up on him but as his mother I fought the ‘good fight’ and although he is also an autistic child that did not stop him from aspiring to be great. He is so calm and communicates wonderfully, he is the star of his Stonebridge Primary School and I give a lot of thanks and praise God for healing him.”