Amy is a writer, speaker, and activist. Her heart beats for men and women to reclaim their truest, best selves, rooted in Jesus, reflected in life together (Gen. 5: 1-2, Gal. 3:28).
Two years into freelancing, Amy has written articles for Huffington Post, RELEVANT, Mutuality, Arise (CBE), SheLoves.com, PRISM, Shared Justice, and Catapult. Her work has been featured by Scot McKnight, Rachel Held Evans, Sarah Bessey, Sojourners, Christians for Biblical Equality, Missio Alliance, The Junia Project, The George Penk Forum/ Rhema Radio, WBTV, Bible Belles Podcast, Hello Christian, Biola University, and Azusa Pacific University.
Amy has contributed the chapter Yoga Pants and What the Bible Really Says About Modesty to Dating During the Apocalypse, and Other Conversations On God, Sex, and Life (Cru Press, 2016). A story she wrote appears in Overcomer: Breaking Down the Walls of Shame and Rebuilding Your Soul (Zondervan, Sept. 2015).
Prior to freelancing, seminary connections led Amy to contribute to Strengthening Families and Ending Abuse, Churches and Their Leaders Look to the Future (Wipf and Stock, 2013). She wrote the chapters: A Woman After God’s Own Heart, the Legacy of Catherine Clark Kroeger (a tribute to Amy’s mentor) and Messiah Meets A Woman (based on a sermon given for a preaching class).
Amy founded the Stop the Silence Initiative as an editor for SheLoves.com. The project provided a platform for stories of victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence (2014); it continues calling Christian communities to respond with the just and healing hands of Jesus. She serves as Board Treasurer of Life Together International. She is a member of the Redbud Writers Guild.
In her free time, Amy enjoys reading fairy tales with her two daughters, or kayaking and fishing with her husband.
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