A "little house with a big heart"
The heart of Christ to the forgotten victims, ~ women and children of prisoners
Linda M. Paz
Linda was born and raised in New York. Rev. Linda Paz is an ordained minister. She was a pastor’s wife for over 20 years, and has been involved in ministry for over 50 years. She worked for four years in New York City with Teen Challenge. She traveled around the county ministering through Children’s Crusades, as well as working with troubled youth and gangs before moving to Seattle in 1968. Linda then worked with the Seattle Teen Challenge before going to Los Angeles to open a girl’s home where she met her husband, Frank S. Paz. After Bible College they pastored churches in California and Washington for 20 years. Frank passed away in 2003 and she has continued to work with women and children in crisis situations.
Linda was the Director of the Everett Gospel Women and Children’s Shelter for five years, as well as with Northwest Family Life in Seattle, a counseling agency that deals with domestic violence. She is the mother of 3 children, has 7 grandchildren and 2 step grandchildren. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical theology. Linda is a registered Washington State counselor and a counselor with the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Linda is now the Executive Director of Matthew House in Monroe, Washington, as well as the Family Liaison for the Monroe Prison Complex where she continues to work with families who have loved ones incarcerated in the prison system.
Guest Speaking - Her genuine love and compassion for women and children has made her a popular speaker. She has a deep knowledge of the Bible and has a warm heart’s concern for women and children’s issues. Linda’s gift in speaking and her incredible humor have made her a popular speaker at women’s conferences and retreats.If you would like Linda Paz to speak at your church or meeting, please feel free to contact her at: 360-794-8720