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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.

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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
How to argue well in your family

Family Life

How to Argue Well In Your Family

How do we diffuse conflict before it gets out of control? How do make peace the goal, but without ignoring real tensions and offenses that come up? Read More
How the Pandemic Has been good for parenting

Family Life

How the Pandemic Has Been Good For Parenting

Because the truth is, this pandemic crisis has brought to light what has always been true, but we, as parents have been reluctant to admit. The world isn’t always a… Read More

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Cómo adaptarse a un nuevo ritmo familiar

A principios del 2020, apuesto a que mis días se parecían mucho a los suyos. Era una rutina cómoda, que en ese momento, en la monotonía, se sentía sofocante. Pero… Read More
We All Made a Giant Pivot. Now What? | Parent Cue Blog

Create A Rhythm | Current Events | Family Life

We All Made a Giant Pivot. Now What?

As families and schools and churches—we pivoted. It was like our collective adrenaline got us to what we thought might be the finish line of a sprint. Read More

Create A Rhythm

How to Adjust to a New Family Rhythm

At the start of 2020, I bet my days looked a lot like yours. But then, March 2020 came around. And what we used to think was a life-sucking routine became… Read More

Faith

How Easter Gives Us Hope In The Midst Of A Pandemic

I’ve got good news and bad news. The bad news is: we’re in the middle of a health crisis and global pandemic that has radically restructured our normal routines and… 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