Justin Bieber's Mom Pattie Mallette Testified in KSBJ "Girls' Night Out" Event
By Judy Thom On January 21, 2014
"Girls' Night Out" event held at Houston's First Baptist Church with Pattie Mallette, Britt Nicole and Mark Lowry on Jan. 16 night.
Being the mom of Justin Bieber, Pattie Mallette is also the mom of the Beliebers. There are nearly 3 million Twitter followers call her mom. As her son, Justin Bieber, was going through the prosecution of the egging his neighbour's house and drugs found in his house. It must not be easy time for her.
She admitted that her son is not perfect to the media earlier. she also told the Sheknows that she have to let her "adult child" go a little bit and let him be independent but try to text and talk to him everyday. Being mom of a still teenage son made her understood the hearts of the teens.
Pattie always focuses on sharing her "healing journey" from her teenage to encourage the young people, inspiring them with her recovery testimony.
Queried about her own value of existence and attempted to commit suicide after early age sexual abuse, Pattie Mallette found by Jesus Christ when she was 17. When she was in a hospital, a brother brought her a flower and told her that God look at her like the flower. She did give God a chance to show His plan in her life.
"You are beautiful. You are worthy of being loved. You are smart. You are valuable. You are unique," encouraged the teenage girl by Pattie Mallette.
In participating in the event, "Awesome job tonight! Teared up during the last song.Thanks for the reminder. He was and is always beside me!" replied one sister in the Twitter.
On the Facebook, "Britt Nicole's music was beautiful. Mark was crazy funny. Pattie was an inspiration!" commented a father of two girls.
According to KSBJ, in the night of "Girls Night Out", "we received such a refreshing reminder of our incredible worth! If you ever find yourself struggling with feeling unworthy, remember God says that you are...
"FEARFULLY and WONDERFULLY made." -Psalm 139:14 ESV
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