I’m here to help people walk with God, lead their family, and see their children grow in genuine faith.
It’s my personal mission. And it’s my full-time ministry focus as well.
So how did I get here?
I went to college to learn to count, earned a CPA certificate, then did some time (a five-year sentence) with a global accounting firm. Next I left for something more adventuresome.
This led to a five year career as a full time stock trader. Along the way my walk took me deep into scripture, looking for my invisible God and seeking answers to my questions.
After a roller coaster trading career, followed by a seven-year season with an international ministry, I started a nonprofit organization called Acceptable Gift. This is where I write about things like Plastic Donuts and Divine Applause, which were published by Multnomah/Random House.
I’m a husband to Stephanie and father to Austin, Cade, Gunnar, and Autumn. When I’m not writing or speaking or dreaming or thinking, I can be found watching Andy Griffith reruns with my kids, conducting miniature golf clinics, taking family road trips, or maybe coaching a High School track or Cross Country team.
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Jeff Anderson speaks and writes about walking with God, with an approach that combines scripture, story, and challenge. He’s the author of Plastic Donuts and Divine Applause (Multnomah/Random House) and Power Read The Bible. www.JeffAndersonAuthor.com
I’ve enjoyed various speaking roles in a wide range of settings: churches, non-profit organizations, conferences and retreats.
Since 2012 I’ve helped churches structure sermon messages around financial giving using Plastic Donuts. Whether as a guest speaker to address church giving, or as a keynote speaker at donor events for non-profits, the topic of giving and generosity is of great interest.
More recently, my passion has been on the subject of family, faith transfer, and family Bible engagement.
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