Amy Clemens is a singer-songwriter, former worship leader (who still loves to lead worship!), and freelance writer. She and her husband, Fred, live and breathe in the beautiful state of Tennessee.
Life is full and requires her to hit her knees a lot. Since she’s sure her own mother did the same, it only seems right and fair to her, and prayer is the backbone of her life in Christ. Encouraging others toward a larger faith in a Big God is her call.
In addition to an undergraduate degree in journalism, Amy completed a master of arts at Western Theological Seminary in May 2015, and enjoys freelance writing. Above and beyond the launch of Walking When You’d Rather Fly: Meditations on Faith After the Fall, her first full length book, her current work can be found in the daily devotional Words of Hope at https://www.woh.org/devotional-author/amy-clemens/, and on her week-day blog.
Her newest two week series, “Strength & Weakness,” appears in the April-May-June 2022 issue of Words of Hope.
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