Supporter Update 2

[http://andersonpost.org/support-our-ministry/] Hey It’s the lightbulb moments that keep you going in campus ministry. You know, the times when you’re reading the Bible with someone and while you’re reading the Holy Spirit flicks a switch somewhere in the other person’s heart. ‘Bing!’ on comes…

Supporter Update 1

[http://andersonpost.org/support-our-ministry/] Hey Sometimes Campus ministry is just plain weird. At around 11am this morning I was nearly elbow deep in penne pasta trying madly to cook dinner for 60 people. I’m currently nervously waiting to see if I managed to pull it off without killing anyone…

Supporter Signup

[http://andersonpost.org/support-our-ministry/] This is an email about supporting Dan Anderson’s ministry at the University of Sydney (Cumberland Campus). If you’ve recieved it by mistake, are uninterested, or have received it multiple times, I’m very sorry. It’s a one off and I won’t bother…

How to have a baby at home

ACT 1: HOW TO PREPARE [Emma, rolling over in bed on the morning of May 14, 2015] “I think I’m having contractions” [Dan, calmly freaking out] “You think you are? You’re not sure? This could all just be a dream, we’re all brains in vats, it’s…

Campus Ministry: Going Green, Growing Up.

Before I ran away to seek adventure upon the high seas of theological study, I was a campus staff worker for AFES (the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students). In fact, if you delve far enough back into the archives of this blog, you’ll find articles and newsletters I wrote…

Our story... so far.

This is the history of Emma and Dan’s summer. What we’ve been doing since we finished College last year, what we hope to do this year, and how God has been at work through it all. Sorry, it’s a bit long for a normal blog post but…

NTE & mission

NTE For the past 2 weeks I’ve been involved with the AFES [http://www.afes.org.au] National Training Event in Canberra. It was fantastic. This year we had close to 1000 students attend. We filled all of the residential colleges at the Australian National University. Talks were from…