Amanda Nettles

Production Coordinator & Editor

Amanda Nettles

office: 501-224-7171

Where did you grow up?

I was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas.

What was your first job ever?

My first job ever was as a hostess at Macaroni Grill.

What do you enjoy most about your job at Fellowship?

What I love most about working at Fellowship is the positive, uplifting, and collaborative team I work with. We are all unique, quiet, talented, committed, fun, down to earth, witty, calm, and compassionate. We have the perfect amount of diversity on our team. I am truly thankful and blessed to work in such a passionate environment every day.

If you attended college, where did you go?

I attended college at the University of Central Arkansas where I studied journalism and professional writing.

Tell us about your personal life! Family, hobbies, etc.

My parents divorced when I was little — but that never created extreme hardship. We remained connected, patient, and calm through every up and down we experienced. My mom is selfless, beautiful, and quirky. My dad is laid back, gifted, and lively. Both sets of my grandparents always give me endless love and support — and my Uncle Mike is the glue that keeps my entire family together. I have always been extremely family-oriented. I’m very thankful that my upbringing taught me how to be strong, determined, kind, and creative.

I love to be outdoors. I love nothing more than floating a river or climbing a mountain. I also enjoy painting, writing, and binge-watching movies.

What’s your favorite food?

Food is my favorite thing to discuss. My favorite food is a pepperoni and banana pepper pizza with a side of ranch.

When/how did you begin your relationship with Jesus Christ?

I began my relationship with Jesus Christ when I was young. My mom put my education and my walk with God first. She started taking me to church at a young age and she taught me the power of prayer at a young age. It’s important to establish a foundation, and I’m thankful that my mom helped me start my journey so young.

What’s one thing about you that others would be surprised to know?

One thing about me that others would be surprised to know is that I make jewelry. Any extra cash I have I spend on jewelry classes, vintage pieces at garage sales, or I create my own out of gemstones. One day, I hope to be confident enough to sell it. For now, I am still learning!