Have you ever felt like everything in you wanted to fly, but your feet were tethered?
Like you were doomed to walk while others around you seemed to fly? Like you believed God could make it better, but weren’t sure you really trusted him to?
Writer, Speaker, Blogger. Worship Leader. Survivor.
With a B.A. in Journalism from Texas Tech University and a M.A. from Western Theological Seminary, Amy can effectively communicate her first-hand experience with a God who is much larger than she expected. Reach out to her for your next retreat, conference, or workshop, and be sure to join her for a little “daily dose” of blogging at https://asipoblog.wordpress.com/.
Having led worship in various capacities for more than 20 years, Amy’s skills in leading others into worship in spirit and in truth, are part of the way God has wired her. Leading worship for ministries, conferences, and retreats, as well as services in both large and small settings has prepared her uniquely to work solo at the piano or with full band as your heart is tuned to worship.
A survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Amy writes her story candidly in “Walking When You’d Rather Fly: Meditations on Faith After the Fall.” She is both honest and hopeful about her journey — and yours too. Walk with her into the Big Story of a Big God.