Angie is Professor of Leadership, Education & Discipleship at Capital Seminary and Graduate School. She has over 25 years of ministry and leadership experience in church, para-church, and educational contexts.
In addition to her work at Capital Seminary, Angie serves as an adjunct professor at a number of Christian colleges and seminaries. She is also a contributor for Leadership Journal, BuildingChurchLeaders.com, and GiftedforLeadership.com.
Angie and her husband Dave, a pastor, are rabid college basketball fans and live outside Indianapolis, Indiana with their two teenage sons and one very spoiled beagle.
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