Sarah Anderson is the co-author of The WIRED devotional (Orange Publishing, October 2015) which aims to show middle and high schoolers that when they spend time alone with God, disconnecting from the noise of social media, they will find a better understanding with who they are, how they fit and peace with who God made them to be.
Anderson been involved in ministry since 2003. Using her skills as an avid communicator, writer and author, Anderson combines her passions in order to instill positive faith in teens, parents and ministry influencers.
In addition to WIRED, Anderson is the lead content creator and writer for XP3 High School curriculum from Orange, a nonprofit organization with a mission to instill positive faith and influence parents and ministries to influence the next generation.
She also contributes to Orange’s Parent Cue blog, an online resource for parents, and writes for her own parenting, faith and culture blog. This spring, Anderson plans to release her first solo authored book, written to encourage Christians to look for a more healthy and helpful way to engage in conflict over political and religious ideas amid polarized and hypercharged times.
She previously worked in children’s ministry at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Ga., and student ministry at DASH Student Ministry.
Anderson received her degree from Grove City College in Grove City, Penn. The Andersons live in Roswell, Georgia, with their two boys, Asher and Pace. For more information, please visit www.sarahbanderson.com and www.orangebooks.com.
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