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Amy Conner

Amy is a single southern gal and professional photographer living in Nashville. Holding a diploma in pastoral ministry, she desires to help people know God personally and experience His ongoing love and freedom in their lives. She's a quality-time girl with friends and family. She hates vigorous exercise and eating well almost every day, but she does it because it's good for her. She will not confirm, nor deny, that should she be exposed to a fresh batch of brownies, she may eat one ... okay, maybe four.

When You Live On Struggle Street

​ My dear friend Ronda has a saying that I love. When she’s struggling with something or things just seem not to be going smoothly, she says “I’m on Struggle Street, and there seems to be no exit ramp in sight.” I always laugh when she says it, and like any cool friend, she lets me use it too. Do …

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Finding Resolve Before Marriage

Back in my college days, I sensed God beginning to speak to me that marriage was part of His plan for me. I remember hoping that it would be, but I often wondered if I was hearing right. I’m now entering the latter part of my 30s (the very latter part) and like many girls, I have a desire to …

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Why Singles Need Families

It was the early summer of 2009. I curled up one morning on my couch to have time with Jesus. I was 35 with two thriving careers, owned my home and was quite content in many ways. I had this thought that every few months it’s good just to take an inventory of life with the Lord … to lay …

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When Fear Overtakes You

When Fear Overtakes You

It was a hot summer day 14 years ago. My younger brother was getting married soon. I had been wanting just the two of us to do something special since life as we knew it was about to change. He choose canoeing down the Nantahala. So we packed up supplies and headed out to North Carolina. We had both been …

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