Amy is an experienced speaker who has shared at her local MOMS group, campus ministry, youth groups and churches regularly for over a decade. She has also been the keynote speaker at the Full Gospel Businessmen Couple's Advance and the Beloved women’s conference.
Her messages titles include:
SELFLESS FAITH Jesus Christ, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, came to earth, not to be served and to receive the glory and fame that He was due, but to be a servant. More than that, He was selfless. He had very little concern for Himself and for His own needs, but spent his life looking out for the needs of others. And according to Philippians 2, this is the attitude that we are supposed to have: a selfless, humble attitude that honors others and Christ above ourselves. Gosh, this is so different than what the world expects! And that’s why it takes faith!
Amy takes a look at how Jesus exemplified selfless faith, and takes us through ways that we can selflessly serve. She also looks at the Biblical examples found in the stories of Joseph, the Shunammite woman, and the modern day example of George Muller.
DEFIANT HOPE We might consider the word “defiant” a strange way to describe the hope that we have in the Lord, yet, for Amy, it gives the perfect description. Hope stands in daring opposition to the lies of my enemy, the devil, and boldly challenges his plans for us! And despite what others might say, or how we might feel, we “hold tightly without wavering to the hope that [we] affirm, that God can be trusted to keep His promises.” (Hebrews 10:23)
Amy's new take on hope delves into the lives of Daniel, the paralyzed man at the pool of Bethesda, and Abraham as well as the modern day story of Horatio Spafford to see how defiant hope helped them realize the promise of God in their lives.
UNQUALIFIED LOVE When we hear the phrase “unqualified love” our modern definition makes us think of a love that lacks necessary qualifications or is unfit. While this could certainly describe my love at times, it does not sound like a word we would (or should!) use to refer to our Lord and His love.
But if we dig a bit deeper we find another definition for unqualified is “not limited or restricted in any way, without reservations, complete, and absolute.” Now that definition does describe my Lord and His love! And by His strength, my love, which was once unfit is now limitless!
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