Amy Riordan is an author, speaker, writer, and licensed pastoral counselor. She and her husband, Kevin, live in PA and have two children. One of Amy’s greatest passions is ministering to women in the areas of identity, shame, lust, sexuality, and pornography addiction.
In 2010, Amy started sharing her story on her blog (formerly known as Walking in Freedom). She started sharing the ways Jesus was healing her heart and setting her free. Jesus has continued to do an amazing work in her life, and she loves seeing Him heal hearts and set other women free.

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Amy’s book, “Longing for Intimacy: Hope for Women Struggling with Same-Sex Attraction” was released in March 2018. As she surrendered her sexuality and heart to Jesus, Amy broke free from a pornography addiction, lust, and many layers of shame. It is now available in paperback and Kindle on Amazon. Feel free to also check out her blog or YouTube channel for her latest content.

Some of Amy’s Interviews/Articles/Presentations:

Guest Podcasts:

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Whether you are a woman struggling with pornography, issues related to sexuality, or if you have walked a very different path, each of us will find our ultimate fulfillment in an intimate relationship with Jesus. There is nothing better!

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Happy New Years beloved of God. A mutual friend Jennifer shared your site. I have also shared the same struggle as many others. I have learned to confess what I did and trust that I have been delivered. I am just not experiencing the freedom. Like when receiving the Holy Spirit. I knew that I knew. I am just waiting.

  2. Please pray for me, I seem to just be going round in circles, Sometimes I try my hardest to fight lust and eventually fail, and then sometimes I feel that if Christ is the Saviour why is it so hard to break free?

    1. I will definitely pray for you, James. Don’t give up the fight! Jesus died for your freedom. Keep your eyes on Him. I would recommend finding someone you know (who is spiritually mature and who you can trust) to confide in and pray with/for you. A great resource that may be helpful for you, is Covenant Eyes. Check out their blog.

  3. This blog has been instrumental and helpful to me on my path to finding deliverance from the areas in my life that I have been struggling with for a long time. So thank you, Amy. 🙂

    I can relate to those dark and depressing thoughts enumerated above by Amy because I have thought most of them too. I felt that I was alone in my struggle…but I know that there are many girls like me…I just didn’t know them.


    1. You’re welcome, Hannah. 🙂 It’s been a blessing for me to hear how the Lord has been working in your life, and I’m glad to have met you.

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