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Angie Smith


The Happy Hour #165: Bri McKoy

By On November 1, 2017

Podcast: Play in new window | Download My guest for The Happy Hour #165 is my friend, Bri McKoy. Bri serves as the visionary and leader for Compassion International’s blogger program. She writes regularly at… Read More


Happy Hour #143: Angie Smith

By On May 31, 2017

Podcast: Play in new window | Download My guest for The Happy Hour #143 is Angie Smith. Angie is married to Todd Smith, of the Christian group, Selah, and mom to five daughters. In 2008, the Smiths received news that their 4th daughter, Audrey, would not survive, and Angie began blogging as a means of communication with friends and family during those difficult days. Angie now writes books and Bible studies, and teaches around the country, but the heart of her ministry is the same as it was when her fingers typed the very first words on her blog years ago: Angie’s greatest passion is to make the Bible feel accessible and relevant and to encourage others in their faith journey. Angie holds a Master’s Degree in Developmental Psychology from Vanderbilt University and is a best-selling author of multiple adult and children’s books. She and Todd (and their house full of daughters) live in Nashville, TN. I have known and loved Angie for a few years now and am way overdue on… Read More


Happy Hour #28 with Lindsey Paschal

By On January 26, 2015

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHow to listen to this podcast: Subscribe to THE HAPPY HOUR PODCAST in iTunes or Stitcher and you will automatically be notified when a new episode… Read More


Books I read in January 2014

By On February 1, 2014

1.  I started off with reading GLIMPSES OF GRACE by Gloria Furman.  I started this book months ago and kept putting it down to read something else.  Not because it was bad,… Read More

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Podcast with Sarah Bessey & Angie Smith

By On January 24, 2014

This was one of my very favorite podcasts to record for a few reasons. #1 Sarah and I are online friends and so to meet her in person and hug her neck… Read More