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Sarah Anderson

Sarah Anderson is a writer and communicator who has been involved in ministry since 2003. She is a lead writer and content creator for Orange's XP3 High School curriculum. Sarah lives in Roswell, Georgia, and is a big fan of her husband, Rodney, her two boys, Asher and Pace, and, in her weaker moments, McDonald's French fries. Read more from Sarah on her blog, www.sarahbanderson.com.

Episode BEST

Best Of PCL: Making The Most Of Your Family Rhythm

Sarah Anderson, co-author of the new student devotional Wired, Reggie Joiner, and Kristen Ivy discuss ways to be intentional with the moments that happen in the rhythm of your week… Read More
Episode 18

PCL 18: Making the Most of Your Family Rhythm

Sarah Anderson, co-author of the new student devotional Wired, Reggie Joiner, and Kristen Ivy discuss ways to be intentional with the moments that happen in the rhythm of your week… Read More

Family Life | Fight For The Heart

Love On Display

Growing up, I had one of those old blue rectangular Kodak cameras with the orange “point and shoot” button. It came everywhere with me—including a trip my family took to… Read More

Faith

The Letter I Wrote My Son When I Gave Him His First “Real” Bible

I Gave My Son His First Real Bible Recently, my oldest, at nine and a half, got his first real Bible. One with book names and chapters and verses included. It wasn’t… Read More

Celebrations | Character and Values | Fight For The Heart

Joy in the Chaos

My son is asking for a car this Christmas. He’s four. He started asking for one months ago. And I— foolishly—thought it would be an idea that waned with time.… Read More

Celebrations | Faith

Embracing What’s To Come

I remember being told from day one of parenting, that the years would go by fast. That I should be “numbering my days.” And like all mothers, I accepted the… Read More

Family Life | Fight For The Heart

Nothing Will Change How Much I Love You

Before becoming a parent I thought I would do best with having a teenager right off the bat. If I could skip the sleep deprivation and toddler tantrum-ing and bedwetting,… Read More

Character and Values | Imagine The End

How to Cure the “Gimmees”

If there was an essential oil to cure “the gimmees”—the incessant greed and want my kids have for something more—I would buy it, sell it and be an essential oil… Read More

Celebrations

The Reality of Christmas

The older I get, the more sentimental I become. Especially as Christmas. Three chords into “O Holy Night” and you’ll find me tearing up and sniffling like a fool. I… Read More

Character and Values

Building Wisdom with the Weight of Your Words

When you become a parent there’s a phrase you start throwing around: “My parents did __________, but I will never do that.” My parents said ___________, but I’ll never say… Read More