Amy Hauptman

Amy Hauptman worked for InterVarsity for a number of years, first as a campus staff member at the University of CaliforniaDavis, the University of Nevada–Reno, and Truckee Meadows Community College, and then as a writer on the communications team, based in Madison, Wisconsin. She now lives and works back in the warmth of her native state, California. The three driving forces in her life, besides her love for coffee, are to see, learn, and enjoy as much as possible. She also blogs at amyhauptman.blogspot.com.

 
By Amy Hauptman

The temple gate was called “Beautiful.” He was called “beggar.”

By Amy Hauptman

You know that feeling people get when they’re about to get on a roller coaster ride or enter Disneyland? That’s how I’ve felt about eating for as long as I can remember.

By Amy Hauptman

As we entered this year’s Lent season last week, I started to wrestle with and reflect on the second half of Luke 9:58:

“...but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head.”

By Amy Hauptman

Since the beginning, God has woven the beauty of giving into the very fabric of creation.