After overcoming negative circumstances in her teen years, at thirty-nine years old, Amy’s world turned unexpectedly upside down. Accused of crimes she hadn’t committed, Amy spent the next four years fighting to stay out of prison — but that wasn’t all she had to fight along the way.
She and her father, Jerry Shults, were thriving as the owners of the Gas Pipe stores in Dallas, Texas, as well as other successful businesses, when a government lawsuit threatened to take everything: their businesses, their money, and their freedom.
Amy decided to use her challenges and mistakes to connect with others and help people. She volunteers regularly and started a nonprofit called Hopeful Tuesdays to assist the homeless in her community.