Amy Lambert’s passion for God and His life-changing Word is powerful and contagious. Thousands of people become followers of Christ each year through her ministry. Amy began using drugs and alcohol at the young at of twelve years old. By age nineteen, she found herself severely addicted to drugs injecting opiates up to twenty or thirty times a days. This led her to a near-death experience in the hospital, completely hopeless and broken. It was during this dark hour Jesus Christ became real to her as He extended His hand of love and mercy. This was the beginning of her life transformation, as the needle and spoon she once held was replaced with a Bible and an unquenchable fire to tell others about the salvation and Freedom, which can only come through Jesus Christ.
Amy is a graduate of Mercy Ministries of America. Her testimony has been featured by Mercy Ministries, Joyce Meyer’s “Enjoying Everyday Life” broadcast, CBN’s 700 Club, Billy Graham’s “Ransom Note”, “Today’s Christian Magazine”, as well as various other web, radio, print, and television broadcasts. Amy received three years of ministry training under Joyce Meyer Ministries at the St. Louis Dream Center. She was also privileged to receive evangelism training, impartation, as well as travel with Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke and the Christ for all Nations team to learn first-hand, how to conduct large evangelistic meetings.
Amy is the founder and Executive Director of Hope Uprising, and Invasion, which attracts crowds of thousands each year by using unconventional methods, as well as placing those with life threatening addictions in Christian treatment facilities. Amy is an ordained minister, International Evangelist, and inner-city missionary in Charlotte, North Carolina. She travels nationally and internationally preaching revivals, conferences, as well as training and empowerment sessions to equip the body of Christ to become soul winners. Amy currently resides in Charlotte, NC.