Worship is not just about music—worship is life. I am a Bible believing, faith based, sold out Christ follower. My heart is centered on vertical worship focused on Jesus and the gospel message. With a decade of leading worship, my goal would be to offer a safe environment for a congregation to be led and prompted to worship God alone. I long to see people hunger for a deeper affection of God in a life of worship.

As a leader, I am willing to share the nuggets of information God is teaching me throughout my daily walk. I have written my testimony of restoration in short book called, An Ember Of Hope. I hope this book helps many women through the struggles of sexual assault and dealing with the powerful emotions in life. God can use all things for His glory!

“And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.” Romans 8:28 NLT


Give unto the Lord the glory due to His name;

Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness. 

Psalm 29:2

Vertical worship

Amy's worship history was shaped at a very young age. One of her earliest memories was a Keith Green recorded worship concert just weeks after he was killed in a plane crash. Green's wife held the concert to continue the powerful ministry that was and still is changing lives. The musical influence of Keith Green, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith and David Meece are the foundations of Amy's original Jesus Movement worship style. Amy recalls dancing on the wood floor of her childhood home making the vinyl skip. God specifically sheltered the intake of secular eras of music in her life; these records merged with Vineyard and Maranatha worship songs formed her heart only toward the worship of God. Her heart longs to see people worship Jesus with reverence, honor and passion forsaking the cultural pull to worship the people on stage.

Amy serves as the Worship Director at her home church Journey Church.