Hi, I'm Amber Nicole Roper. I am a singer-songwriter, music & video producer, and speaker. Writing my first song at the age of 7, I began collecting full notebooks over the years of songs I had written. By age 11, I taught myself photography and videography so that I could implement those passions into my calling as an overall artist.
That momentum slowed down when I was diagnosed at age 14 with the rare disease, Dysautonomia, that almost took my life. Spending my teenage years in and out of the hospital, I had a hard time keeping up in school. Eventually, I was forced to drop out of public school and was homeschooled. Teaching myself how to produce music from the hospital bed, I began creating and recording my own music. I released my first album at the age of 17 and used my time outside of the hospital to travel and minster to middle and high school age girls. By the age of 23, I completed my Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Ministries & Arts with a minor in Biblical Studies (Point University and Highlands College) as well as my Master’s Degree in Human Services Counseling with a specialization in Crisis Response and Trauma (Liberty University).
After surviving a morning run that included a random attack and sexual assault by a stranger, I was diagnosed with severe PTSD, anxiety, and depression. The very next year, I experienced another traumatic and life-changing event. With the help of these tragedies, I discovered the bigger purpose for my life—helping women who have survived trauma to find hope again.
Throughout my healing journey, I have discovered the life-changing power in God’s Word. Now, I have dedicated the rest of my life to helping others do the same through my speaking, music, videos, and writing.