Amy Leigh Bamberg

Amy Leigh is an Alabama native, but never drinks sweet tea or cheers for the Crimson Tide. Ever. She grew up working on her family’s cattle and catfish farm, shucking corn, slinging cow patties, and singing in the church choir. But, she longed for more. She attended Auburn University and studied horticulture and worked for several years in the commercial and residential sectors of the green industry. Then she joined the staff of a local church, equipping thousands of volunteers, developing systems and structures, and pastoring every step of the way. She attended Dallas Theological Seminary where the focus of her coursework was theology of the body, theology of beauty, and the role of women in ministry. Amy Leigh works as a free-lance landscape designer, consultant, author, and teacher. And she still longs for more, which is why her articles address topics such as faith, culture, creation, the church, and relationships.

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    • Amy Leigh Bamberg

      Amy Leigh Bamberg

      Thank you so much, Sue! I was so fascinated by the fact that each person had their own context: the bar, the school room, the church, marriage, friendship. But, they were collectively crying out for authentic human relationship. #relationalCreaturesMadeINtheIMAGEofArelationalGOD

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