Tips & Tools for Christ’s #2 Command
“Love your neighbor” is easier said than done. Amy’s blog helps you connect – without being weird!
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Guest Post by Christina Reynolds What do you say when there are no words? The intangible loss of miscarriage leaves a gaping wound, and thoughtless or careless words can add to the pain. In this guest post, Christina Reynolds shares how she found healing during this...read more
Since I made about every major life change you can make last year, including a cross-country move, my friends at Just Moved Ministry invited me to share my experience with their readers. They're committed to the spiritual growth and emotional well-being of women who...read more
My friends at womensministry.net are featuring an article I wrote called “Don't Quit Before the Miracle”. Check out 3 ways you can hang on when you feel like giving up, then subscribe to their free weekly Tip of the Week email to receive more useful, practical,...read more
Invite Amy to speak at your women’s event!
I had lived in my neighborhood for years, yet most of the women who lived nearby were complete strangers to me. Drawing from my own experience knocking on my neighbors’ doors and leading a women’s neighborhood Bible study, I candidly share what worked in my neighborhood – and what didn’t! Discover natural ways to get to know your neighbors as you overcome fears about sharing your faith and find fulfillment in obeying Christ’s #2 command.
Have you longed to reach out in your neighborhood but feel paralyzed by doubts and fears? Me too! Amy’s practical advice from her own experiences gives the equipping ‘how to’ as well as the inspirational ‘want to.’ She motivates you to push past the obstacles and live Jesus’ command.Amy Carroll
Amy gets it – we want to connect with our neighbors without being that neighbor. Amy gives us the keys to really connect with those who live around us – not with an agenda, but with a heart toward real relationships. A must-read for anyone who believes that “Love thy neighbor” really starts at your front door.Kathi Lipp
Amy Lively is the neighbor and friend we all wish we had! I love her warm personality and genuine heart. And I’m so excited about her unique toolkit and resource filled with creative and comfortable ways to help us connect with our neighbors.Renee Swope
Amy’s obedience to God’s call on her life led her to create The Neighborhood Café, a comprehensive kit full of tools to reach your neighbors. Amy is an engaging and challenging speaker who will inspire your group to share their faith in simple, unusual and effective ways.Jennifer Rothschild