A history major in college, Amy became fascinated with biblical history as a new beleiver in 1973. That same year she heard a Messianic leader, Sid Roth, speak about his coming to faith in Yeshua, and has been praying for the Jewish people to come to faith in Yeshua ever since. Now a retired librarian, Amy has spent the major part of her career serving at Trinity School for Ministry Library. An unexpected opportunity to combine her interests in Jewish evangelsim with librarianship appeared in 2006, some months after her husband's death. While on the CMJ/Shoresh "Roots of Faith Tour," Amy's tour group visited the fledgling Conrad Schick Library at Christ Church in Jerusalem. She was invited to work there as a volunteer librarian to help preserve the library's rare books and documents. It has been her joy to study CMJ's history and to work in the library for a few weeks in 2007, 2009, and most recently in January 2012. She has helped raise money for the library's supply fund and has organized a prayer support team for CMJ. Amy lives in Ambridge, PA. She has twin daughters and 8 grandchildren.