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Angie accepted Jesus’ love and forgiveness when she was 15 years old. Three years later she was called into full-time ministry.
As a first-generation Christ-follower, Angie left home to study at Kingswood University where she earned her degree in religion and pastoral ministry. After graduation Angie lived and ministered in a Spanish-speaking community as a cross-cultural church planter in the inner city of Dallas, Texas.
Seven years later, she returned to North Carolina where she ministered through a local church in High Point. Here, she traveled to Guyana on a short-term mission trip. She soon felt God calling her to full-time ministry in Guyana to give leadership in a home for orphaned children.
In 2010, after serving at the children’s home since 2006, Angie began serving in a squatter community that is home to more than 100 orphans and vulnerable children. In 2013 Angie was appointed to serve as a long-term missionary in Guyana with Global Partners.
Angie’s vision is to develop leaders of all ages and give the vulnerable a voice. She teaches mission-minded nationals at the Wesleyan Bible College and brings light to those who live in a community of shadowy oppression. Angie’s passionate pursuit is fueled by her own redemption as she lives now to glorify God with her life and push back the darkness one story at a time.
For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins (Colossians 1:13-14 NIV).