Amy Noel Green is passionate about setting people free to relate to God more genuinely. She is an author, poet, and award-winning game designer whose work has been featured in Wired Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Radio Lab and many other international publications. Amy has given a TED talk with over 1.6 million views. She designed a video game about her wrestle with faith during her son's battle with terminal cancer. She loves to talk about the problem of pain, the example we are given in biblical lament, and the freedom we have as Christians to run toward God with our questions. She is also passionate about talking about how Christian art can shift culture.
Price Range: Contact for rates
Gig Length: 20 - 300 minutes
What to Expect
Amy Noel Green can speak about the wrestle of faith, a biblical view of anger and disappointment with God, and the call to live with eternity in mind and lay down our lives for one another. Amy can share her experience creating an award-winning video game that shared her journey with faith through her son's battle with terminal cancer. Amy offers single talks, or interactive conferences that include break out sessions, small group questions, prayer and journaling prompts interspersed with talks. The presentation can include a screening of the Emmy award-winning documentary "Thank You For Playing" or a play through of several scenes of the BAFTA award winning video game, "That Dragon, Cancer."
Amy Noel Green is a speaker, writer, and poet. Amy is an award-winning writer and narrative designer for video games that have received international press attention.
She has given a TED talk about the loss of her son and the unique way her family grieved.
After spending over fifteen years leading youth groups, women’s ministries and Sunday school classes, she is passionate about setting people free to relate to God more genuinely. Her current project is a book about rebuilding her faith after the death of her son, Joel.
Amy Green lives in Loveland, CO with her husband and four of their children.
Amy’s work with Numinous Games has been recognized by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, South by Southwest, Games for Change, the Independent Game Developers Association, the Game Awards and has been featured in press coverage by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Wired Magazine, Popular Science, RadioLab, CBS Sunday Morning, The BBC, the Guardian and many other publications.
Additional Booking Notes
No required equipment or services. But Amy can provide slides with audio and video elements if the client has a set up to display them. Clients can also book a conference which will include an airing of the Emmy award-winning documentary "Thank You For Playing" or a walk through of the video game "That Dragon, Cancer"