Highland County resident authors book


Highland County resident Aaron Anderson has announced the release of his first book titled “Philippians 4:13.” The book is published through Christian Faith Publishing and is based in Pike County in the community of Elm Grove, where he grew up. As a minister and a motor coach operator for Croswell out of Williamsburg, Anderson has traveled the United States and Canada. While traveling, he became a Christian author. Anderson, along with his wife Ingrid and sons, have made Highland County their home for the last 28 years. His book is available online through Amazon, Barnes & Nobles.com, Books-A-Million.com (BAM), Walmart.com and is coming soon to iTunes. It is also available at Becky’s Relaxation Station in Greenfield.

Highland County resident Aaron Anderson has announced the release of his first book titled “Philippians 4:13.” The book is published through Christian Faith Publishing and is based in Pike County in the community of Elm Grove, where he grew up. As a minister and a motor coach operator for Croswell out of Williamsburg, Anderson has traveled the United States and Canada. While traveling, he became a Christian author. Anderson, along with his wife Ingrid and sons, have made Highland County their home for the last 28 years. His book is available online through Amazon, Barnes & Nobles.com, Books-A-Million.com (BAM), Walmart.com and is coming soon to iTunes. It is also available at Becky’s Relaxation Station in Greenfield.


Highland County resident Aaron Anderson has announced the release of his first book titled “Philippians 4:13.” The book is published through Christian Faith Publishing and is based in Pike County in the community of Elm Grove, where he grew up. As a minister and a motor coach operator for Croswell out of Williamsburg, Anderson has traveled the United States and Canada. While traveling, he became a Christian author. Anderson, along with his wife Ingrid and sons, have made Highland County their home for the last 28 years. His book is available online through Amazon, Barnes & Nobles.com, Books-A-Million.com (BAM), Walmart.com and is coming soon to iTunes. It is also available at Becky’s Relaxation Station in Greenfield.

Highland County resident Aaron Anderson has announced the release of his first book titled “Philippians 4:13.” The book is published through Christian Faith Publishing and is based in Pike County in the community of Elm Grove, where he grew up. As a minister and a motor coach operator for Croswell out of Williamsburg, Anderson has traveled the United States and Canada. While traveling, he became a Christian author. Anderson, along with his wife Ingrid and sons, have made Highland County their home for the last 28 years. His book is available online through Amazon, Barnes & Nobles.com, Books-A-Million.com (BAM), Walmart.com and is coming soon to iTunes. It is also available at Becky’s Relaxation Station in Greenfield.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/06/web1_Anderson-book-pic.jpgHighland County resident Aaron Anderson has announced the release of his first book titled “Philippians 4:13.” The book is published through Christian Faith Publishing and is based in Pike County in the community of Elm Grove, where he grew up. As a minister and a motor coach operator for Croswell out of Williamsburg, Anderson has traveled the United States and Canada. While traveling, he became a Christian author. Anderson, along with his wife Ingrid and sons, have made Highland County their home for the last 28 years. His book is available online through Amazon, Barnes & Nobles.com, Books-A-Million.com (BAM), Walmart.com and is coming soon to iTunes. It is also available at Becky’s Relaxation Station in Greenfield.