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Joyce Pavlik

Whether she was counseling young girls at the Fairhaven Home for Unwed Mothers, coaching junior high girls at Southwest Indian School past teenage awkwardness, or visiting SIS alumni and their families in the hospital as a chaplain, Joyce Pavlik has worked to lead people into a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

While serving as a dorm mother at SIS in the 1980s, Joyce wrote in a prayer letter to supporters: “God has made me more aware of the deep needs these girls have, and I consider myself blessed to have been chosen by Him to be an instrument through which these girls can hear of the Savior.”

In 1989, the Lord brought Richard Pavlik into her life, and the two were married on the SIS campus. After SIS closed, Joyce served as the field hostess, the prayer coordinator, and a volunteer chaplain at the Phoenix Indian Medical Center in Arizona. “I have had many opportunities to share Jesus with patients who were ill, counseling some who were going through troubles, and being with family when they lost their loved ones and seeing them through part of the grief process.”

Joyce has had an eternal impact on countless individuals, both young and old. She retired in 2008 after 38 years of faithful service, and she continues to minister in the Phoenix area as she is able.

Read more about Joyce's story here.

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