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Amy Carroll’s passion is living the untied life. She loves to see women freed into the matchless pleasure of deep relationship with God and others. For over 10 years, she has shared messages that enable you to:
- Release the grind of perfection and grasp the joy of living in God’s incomparable love.
- Celebrate the full satisfaction found in moving to deeper relationships.
- Invest yourself in what truly fills instead of chasing what only leaves you hollow.
- Walk away from loneliness and isolation into the delight of sharing life.
Amy is committed to opening up her whole life (the good, the bad and the ugly) to teach the lessons she’s learned in her pursuit of applying God’s truth. She loves teaching scripture in all its unvarnished glory, and her background as an educator has enhanced her God-given ability to share His big truths in small, understandable bites.
Amy’s years of service in women’s ministry leadership and her current position teaching a multi-age Sunday school class for women fuel her belief that the inter-mingling of all ages and stages leads to greater spiritual maturity. She credits godly mentors, mission trips and volunteering for shaping her and constantly inspiring her to grow closer to Jesus.
Amy writes devotions for Proverbs 31 Ministries’ “Encouragement for Today” which are sent out daily to over 500,000 people world-wide. She is a contributing author for The Reason We Speak, the NIV Real-Life Devotional Bible for Women and Encouragement for Today.
Amy also is the founder and director of Next Step Speaker Services, a coaching service for Christian speakers. Amy’s an ordinary woman who laughs at corny jokes, cries at Hallmark commercials and is afraid of bouncing checks and her own double chin. She is married to Barry, the man that she still loves madly after over 20 years. Their two sons, Anson and Nolan, keep life lively and full of laughter
You can find her on any given day typing at her computer, reading a book or trying to figure out one more alternative to cooking dinner. Visit Amy at www.amycarroll.org and find out more about speaker coaching at www.nextstepspeakerservices.org.