Amy Clemens is a singer-songwriter, former worship leader (who still loves to lead worship!), and freelance writer. She and her husband, Fred, are blessed with five arrows in their quiver, wonderful in-laws, no outlaws, and five beautiful babies called grandchildren. They make their home in Michigan.
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 own week-day blog.
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