I'm Amy

I am a 40-something, homeschooling, married mom of two in Northern California who loves Jesus and has a strong desire to reach women who feel exhausted, overwhelmed, and alone.

I haven’t always walked well with God.  I grew up in a wonderful Christian home, but then spent a good 15 years going my own way.  In 2015 He brought me back to my knees in surrender before Him, and I’ve been steadily growing in His love and grace ever since.  

I have been lucky enough to experience many of the great extremes in life.  My twenties were spent as an independent, career focused, single woman; and then as a married woman struggling with infertility followed by a high-risk pregnancy.   My thirties were spent raising my kiddos through their early years while balancing life as a successful full-time working mom.  And now in my forties, I’ve been called out of the workplace and into my next great challenge:  homeschooling!  

Through every stage in my life, I’ve been hit with one great enormous truth – its all so draining!!!  But over and over, my Father brings me back to the comfort of His promise.

“He makes me to lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside the still waters.  He restores my soul.” 

Psalm 23:2-3

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