In 2007, the three of us — Kathy, Pam and Susan — sat down together to consider how God could use us in the lives of our grandchildren. We were all relatively new at grandmothering, but each had the same vision — to pass on a legacy of genuine faith, much like the description in 2 Timothy 1:5:

“I have been reminded of your sincere faith which first lived in your grandmother Lois and in your mother Eunice.”

Here’s a little bit about each of us.


KathyKathryn March is a wife, mother, and grandmother.  She and her husband, Sal, have been married for 40 years.  They have two married children and five granddaughters.  Kathy grew up in Minnesota and presently lives in Brentwood, Tennessee.  Her undergraduate degree is from Wells College and she has a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Minnesota State University at Mankato.  She has been involved in church ministries for more than 30 years and has a special heart for missions and women’s ministry.  Kathy has spoken at both national and international ministry conferences.  Presently, she works as an educational and career advisor to students and young adults.  She is also an avid runner having completed two marathons and enjoys sharing a good cup of coffee with friends.


PamA child of the Mississippi Delta, Pam Ferriss grew up in Mississippi and Louisiana.  She received a degree in political science from Mississippi State University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Mississippi.  Pam has been married to David for 39 years, and has two married children.  She is a grandmother to three young granddaughters.  She lives in Brentwood, Tennessee, where she is active as a community and church volunteer.  She especially enjoys studying theology, teaching the Scriptures, and ministering to mothers with young children.  While reading, gardening, and hiking are a few of her favorite pastimes, her all-time favorite “hobby” is to connect people with each other.


SusanSusan is a native of Louisiana and graduated with a degree in psychology from Louisiana State University.  A spiritually defining time in her life was spent at L’Abri in Switzerland.  Susan has been married to Mac for 42 years and they live in Brentwood, Tennessee. They have 3 adult sons and 5 grandchildren.  She regularly organizes support efforts for overseas mission agencies, has launched a local financial ministry, works with educational initiatives and has an exuberant, entrepreneurial spirit.  She loves reading, gardening, entertaining and often has the opportunity to exercise her gift of hospitality.  She has been an active Realtor for almost 30 years and enjoys assisting people during major life transitions.