The Amazing Grace Family Medicine Team
The entire staff at Amazing Grace Family Medicine believes that a person is more than the sum of his or her parts. We strive to imitate the Great Physician by treating the whole person, providing sensitive and compassionate care to each of our patients. We offer an integrated approach to healthcare, combining both traditional and alternative treatments, as desired by our patients. As a patient of Amazing Grace Family Medicine, you will have the opportunity to meet Matt Clepper and Anna Williams, two members of our dedicated team.
Matt is a lifelong physical educator. He is a former high school teacher and athletic director at Colonial Christian School. He is currently the boys’ varsity soccer coach with the Indy Warriors FC, winning four state soccer championships in Indiana with two different teams. He has compiled a record of 188 wins, 67 losses and 14 ties. He is the only boys’ soccer coach to have his team finish in the top five in the country each of the past four years. Matt has a physical education degree from Bob Jones University, and he is a licensed personal trainer with the American College of Sports Medicine. He has been married to his wife Kelly for 16 years, and the couple has two girls, Kara and Kiersten.
After high school, Anna became a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and worked in nursing home. In 1991, she obtained her LPN license and worked as a nurse in a local hospital and as a nurse at a summer camp in Missouri. She took a break from nursing and stayed home with her children until they were old enough to attend school. Recently, she worked as a private duty nurse for a physician’s mother in their home. She has also worked as a caregiver recruiter and trainer.
After graduating from Greenville High School in Greenville, SC, Faith moved to Indianapolis, IN and worked for Merchants Association. Throughout her adult life she has had the opportunity to do many things she never intended to do. Faith’s husband managed to help her stretch her abilities beyond what she thought she was capable of. Faith has worked as a credit reporter, a factory worker while her husband started a ministry, a school bus driver, and a substitute proofreader for the Indiana House of Representatives. She helped her husband in his many entrepreneurial endeavors, which included learning to typeset a weekly newspaper, designing, typesetting and printing plastic cards which organizations used for fundraising, and ministry cards. The last and most important thing she learned was to be her husband’s caregiver and technician while he was on home dialysis. He was on dialysis for 4½ years and the last 3½ were at home. She feels blessed to have been able to do that, and is thankful for the nurses who were on call during that time.
Of all her jobs, the most important was being a mother. She has three living adult children, as well as one in heaven with her husband. Faith’s eleven grandchildren also bring her great joy and are a blessing in her life.
Dave has a 20+ year career in consulting, counseling, and Christian Higher Education which followed a 20 year career in the automotive industry working for GM, Ford and Cummins Engine in various engineering, manufacturing and management positions.
Dave has advised and counseled hundreds of college students and prospective students and their families in academic matters as well as overall life issues and concerns. He has taught adult Sunday School classes and counseled family members in the churches where he and his wife have actively served for the last 25 years.
He is an experienced consultant, counselor, and instructor in:
- Parenting (infants to teens)
- Marriage and Family Living
- Men’s ministries
- Business and careers
- Interpersonal Relationships
He has an engineering degree from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, an MBA from Kent State University, an MDiv from Calvary Baptist Theology Seminary, and a Master’s in Education Leadership from Bob Jones University (ABD).