Amy, a former librarian and teacher, has been writing novels, children’s books, and devotionals for over ten years. Amy loves to travel, take pictures, and read constantly.
Amy’s blog, followed by thousands around the world, comes out every Wednesday. Amy writes about about her life, her family, her faith, and what inspires her and her books.

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Clothed With Strength and Dignity – Women of the Bible

“For the first time, I felt welcomed by women who have always been there, because Amy made the introductions. As a mother I am grateful to pass the rich legacies of these women on to my daughter. As a daughter of the King, I now appreciate the sisters before me.”

-Liv Harrison, author, speaker, podcaster

Was Rebekah a meddler or a cooperative working with and for God? How was Miriam the first women to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation? Why is Bathsheba a prototype of the Blessed Mother? What can Mary Magdalene teach us about discipleship?

In this first of its kind work, Amy Schisler provides a book with an optional workbook and video series about women of the Bible created by, with, and for Catholic women. The book highlights twenty-five women and what they can teach us through their lives and examples in a uniquely Catholic way. Beginning with Eve and ending with Mary Magdalene, Schisler takes a deeper look at prominent and not-so-prominent women who shaped the course of Biblical history.

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Read Amy’s Blogs

Feeling Fit for a Life With God

“Jesus answered him, ‘No one who sets a hand to the plow and looks to what was left behind is fit for the Kingdom of God’” (Luke 9:62). Today we celebrate the Memorial of St. Francis. From the beginning of his ministry, Francis took Jesus’s words in today’s reading to heart. Jesus said, “the Son…

Walking My Way

“Now shall I walkOr shall I ride?””Ride,” Pleasure said.”Walk,” Joy replied. – W.H. Davies This is a question I now ask myself daily. Of course, I live in the middle of nowhere, so the need to actually get groceries or visit a friend or go to church is accompanied by the need to drive. Yet…

Come Near Before the Lord

Today’s post can be found on the website for WINE, Women in the New Evangelization. I’m so excited to be one of their contributors beginning today! And Moses said to Aaron, “Say to the whole congregation of the people of Israel, ‘Come near before the Lord, for he has heard your murmurings’.” (Exodus 16:9). Today,…


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