Chatologie™ with Angie Elkins is a podcast focused on moving people closer to God and each other by starting conversations that matter.
Angie Elkins started chatologie in 2017 in pursuit of her vocational ministry dream. Angie has been dreaming about ministry since her childhood days in the Memphis, TN area. Knowing that God was leading her into a life of ministry, she graduated from Union University with a B.A. in vocal performance, then finished a Masters in Music a Southwestern Seminary. While at Southwestern, she met her husband Robert. Over the past 20 plus years, they have served together in their local church, writing music and leading worship. Angie is a published songwriter and passionate about worship leading and connecting with women. Her love for women’s ministry, lead her to create chatologie- a platform she uses to talk about important and challenging issues of life. She invites you to listen in on these chats and be inspired to start conversations that matter with your friends and family. Angie, Robert and their 3 children, Jack, Audrey and Foster live in Orlando, FL where Robert serves as Worship Pastor of First Baptist Church, Orlando.
Join Whitney Capps and I as we have a conversation that takes us from transparency to transformation. http://traffic.libsyn.com/chatologie/Sick_of_Me_Series_with_Whitney_Capps_and_Angie_Elkins__Conviction_vs._Condemnation.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
Thanks for joining us today. Please order Whitney’s book, Sick of Me and follow along with us in our conversation. Follow Whitney on Facebook & Instagram Follow Angie on Facebook and Instagram http://traffic.libsyn.com/chatologie/Sick_of_Me_Series_with_Whitney_Capps_and_Angie_Elkins__Trust_the_Process.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
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