In Longing for a Homeland, Lynn Anderson traces the wanderings and homesickness of the human race and the irresistible urge to find a place called "home."
Home. It is the place we all long to be, yet in today's fragmented society, the concept of home is elusive for many people. It is the story of a journey toward fulfillment—a search to fill the God-shaped hole inside—that ends only when we discover that home is not a building, a geographical location, or a people—it is the love, security, and rest that can only be found in the presence of God. Join Anderson on the journey of a lifetime—a journey to the very heart of God—and experience the peace and joy that can found there. Come home—your life will never be the same.
Lynn Anderson has been in the ministry for over thirty-five years and currently serves as president of Hope Network, a ministry dedicated to coaching, mentoring, and equipping spiritual leaders for the twenty-first century. He received his doctorate from Abilene Christian University in 1990.
Anderson's lifelong career of ministry has involved speaking nationwide to thousands of audiences and authoring eight books -- including The Shepherd's Song; Navigating the Winds of Change; Heaven Came Down; They Smell like Sheep, Volume 1; and If I Really Believe, Why Do I Have These Doubts?
He and his wife, Carolyn, live in Dallas. They are the parents of four grown children and the grandparents of eight wonderful grandchildren.