Apostolic Girl was founded by our editor, Shenae Huba Andrus, when she was just 16 years old. Shenae began this site in a world without Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and fashion blogs. She was ahead of her time and 14 years later, this ministry has been a source of encouragement and inspiration to young ladies across the globe.
Shenae is now married and living in Delaware with her husband, Joel, and their baby girl, Ella Royale. Together they pastor at Lighthouse Christian Center. Shenae has traveled across the nation through the ministry of Apostolic Girl, speaking at Ladies and Girls Conferences and continues to work with Ladies Ministries. This year, she released a curriculum called, “Silhouettes,” for young ladies, ages 12-18. (Check it out here.)
Charity Huba is the youngest sister of our founder, Shenae. She is the youth leader of Capital Youth out of the Pentecostals of the Capital City in Tallahassee, Florida. She has always had a passion for the written word, ministry, and working with people. She is currently engaged to the love of her life, Jericho Martinez, originally from Jersey City. As Charity works full-time for the Division of Elections, attends FSU for International Affairs, and is heavily involved in the church, she runs, manages, and contributes to the AG Blog and social media.
Apostolic Girl continues to share content both relevant and life changing for teen and college aged girls with the intention of growing and broadening its reach. With the site being a platform for voices and writers from every corner of the world, the mission of this ministry is to inspire, equip and bring a smile to every Christian young lady that is determined to stand strong in a broken world and proudly proclaim, “I am an Apostolic Girl.”