Angie Steinbacher currently lives in East Asia where she engages in day-to-day ministry. She originally moved to Asia as live-in teacher at a Foundation purposed to give “forgotten children” (those we call often call orphans) a family and a home. After living, growing, and learning with the children at the Foundation for four years, God called her to teach full-time at an international school in East Asia where she has the rich opportunity to teach high school students courses to guide them in their faith journeys which all come from various backgrounds. Angie is passionate about helping people of all ages know their purpose in God and believes that ministry is often as simple as smiling to a stranger or grabbing a cup of coffee (or tea!) to build relationships with others.
Angie was raised in St. Charles, Missouri and graduated from Concordia University, Nebraska. Growing up, she was immersed in the joyful attitude of loving and serving God demonstrated by her parents, Dave and Melinda. Angie has two sisters, Sandi and Christa, a brother-in-law, Craig, and three active nephews.
Please pray for God to grant Angie discretion and wisdom in the opportunities God gives her in her daily ministry, that she would answer and respond with the Spirit’s words and actions and not her own.