The Chat Podcast originates from a radio program of the same name on Your Gospel Station WYGS in Columbus, Indiana. The Chat is an informal conversation between host Nita Evans and area women who are avid followers of Jesus Christ. These women are strong in their faith, active in their study of God's Word, and are of various ages, races, and backgrounds.
In this episode of The Chat, host Nita Evans interviews Kay Shanks. Kay is an avid follower of Jesus Christ and former Big Sister and Mill Race Woman of the Year. She and her husband, Rick, are previous owners of Mercy Electric in Columbus, Indiana. Be encouraged as you listen as Kay talks about hating her pastor Father for 10 years after divorcing her mother. It is a message about God’s grace, mercy and forgiveness.
In this episode of The Chat Podcast, our host Nita Evans interviews Cheryl Harris. We hope you are inspired by Cheryl's story, and we pray it encourages you in your walk with Jesus.
In this episode of The Chat Podcast, our host Nita Evans interviews Charlene Bosley. She's a pastor's wife and works at Clarity pregnancy services. We hope you are inspired by Charlene's story and it encourages you in your walk with Jesus.
In this first episode of The Chat Podcast, our host Nita Evans is interviewed by her friend Tracey Pike. That way you can be introduced to Nita as we begin this journey on The Chat.
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Love the chat! I love the casual conversations.
Enjoying Saturday morning chats!
The Chat with Nita Evans is a refreshing program that creates Christian community! I have so enjoyed the two programs I have listened to so far. During The Chat, the level of intimacy and transparency the guests are willing to go with the the listening audience is such a blessing! We discover we are not alone in our struggles, our heartaches, and our desire to seek deeper relationship with Christ. Looking forward to many more Saturday morning Chats!
Thank you for the interview with Dr Harris. So inspiring to hear there are physicians in health field that are believers. I will continue to pray for her as she embraces the opportunities to witness to her patients as God provides. Kay