Singer-songwriter-author Patty Mondore will speak and sing on Saturday, July 18 at 10am-12pm at the Thousand Islands Christian Church in Plessis, NY. Her keynote message will be Where is God in My Storm? The program is a presentation by Live More Ministries. The Thousand Islands Christian Church women will offer a complimentary breakfast buffet from 9am to 9:45am.
‘Life is full of storms. Sometimes our hearts need to catch up to our heads to
really know that we are not alone and that God will take us through to the land
of miracles,’ says Patty, a Houghton College graduate who has written nine
books and produced seven music CDs and four DVDs.
Her River-Lations video, produced with her husband Bob under the Gold Mountain
multi-media production label, Jamesville, NY, earned the highest, 5 Dove rating
from the Dove Foundation.
In 2010, she donated her Amy Foundation Outstanding Merit $1,000 award for
Biblical reinforcement in a nonreligious publication article to The Father’s
Heart Ministries, Syracuse, and Hearts for Youth, Alexandria Bay.
Patty plays piano and guitar, and often records songs set to video of her
nature photography, much of it captured near her cottage on the St. Lawrence
River. She is known in that area for her River-lations column in the Thousand
Island Sun newspaper. Patty and Bob have also written books and produced a video
about Singer Castle, which was home to a faith community when it was known as
Her devotional books include River Reflections, Nature Reflections, A Bird
Lover’s Reflections: A 90-day Devotional and Journal for People Who Love Birds,
and A Good Paddling. Her nonfiction titles include To Love, Honor and OH BOY!
and Perennial Faith.
Patty works full-time as the Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital Pediatric
Residency Program Coordinator at SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY.
‘Whether I am at work or at play, on the River or at my keyboard, none of those
things really define who I am. I would hope that if only one thing were to come
to mind when people think of me it would be in terms of my first love, Jesus,’