Linda Anderson-Little has been an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America since 1989. She currently serves as the Pastor of St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Richardson, Texas (a northern suburb of Dallas).
This blog covers many topics, including biblical sermons and prayers making Scripture and spirituality relevent to life today, in addition to reflections about experiencing God in every day life. Linda published her first book of essays, Motherhood Calling: Experiencing God in Everyday Family Life in the fall of 2016. Her book won the 2017 Indie Book Awards prize for Christian Non-Fiction. This blog seeks to expand the experience of noticing, sharing and broadening our insights regarding the presence of the sacred everywhere, encouraging others to take note of "God-sightings" as a way to deepen faith and our relationship with the divine.
Linda has served congregations in Detroit, Kansas City, and St. Louis prior to moving to northern Texas. Linda received her Graduate Certificate in Spiritual Direction from Aquinas Institute in St. Louis in 2018 and also serves as a Covenant Partner and affiliate Spiritual Director at The Retreat House in Richardson, Texas.
Linda also ran a home business for 9 years while staying home with her 3 children. She is a gifted preacher, retreat leader, writer, spiritual director, and pastor. She is married to the Rev. Dr. Dan Anderson-Little, Interim Pastor of First Presbyterian Church (USA) in Garland, TX. They have 3 young adult children in their twenties.