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All Things New

Jeff Anderson

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Brand new album from Jeff Anderson

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Do Not Be Anxious 

Do you ever get out of bed and just want to mute the news and social media? The chaos in the world is so brutal and overwhelming sometimes. I don't want to live in denial certainly but I often feel helpless on what I can do to help in such insane brokenness. I am so thankful for prayer and for a God who has this whole messed up orb in his hands. We are praying for fallen soldiers, their families and for the sick and hurting. Jesus is the ultimate comforter and capable of miraculous healing.  

Phillipians 4:6-7

"Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."

Good Ole Days 

Summer 2021 has begun with a bang! I have been busy playing all over the country doing events, special services and trips with my wife and kids and it's been a lot of fun! Our kids are getting back into their sports post Covid and we are all traveling together again. A good friend of ours with much older kids said "these are the good ole days..enjoy them!" That struck me because I can see that it's true. I have had so many prayer requests answered over the last several years and we are living a life we truly love. I also know the only constant is change and that these moments and this time will slip through my finger tips faster than I can imagine. As doors of opportunity keep opening and we keep marching through them I am taking stock and trying to be present. I am taking snapshots of memories to carry with me. We see our lives being used by God and we are trying to love on the people He has put in our lives. We are making new friends and reconnecting with old ones. I am also writing new songs and collaborating with new friends for a project coming up! It's been an incredible time of renewal and adventure. I am so grateful and blessed. These are the days to remember...


You know I think the main prayer I have for my life is to be a vessel for the Lord. I want to be able to use my life to serve Him. After a busy, fun-filled weekend of teaching, playing and leading I feel so grateful. I am so glad I can use whatever skills/gifts I can offer, to encourage anyone to look to Jesus. It's such a fulfilling endeavor to try and live with a heaven focus and to be able to reflect that focus on worship, creativity and God's Word. To do this job or any job for that matter in a way that honors God is a blessing no words can describe. I think it's vitally important to get in touch with how you can further the kingdom of heaven in any and every way. Whether it's through a job, a friendship or in your family, being a vessel for Jesus is the endgame that really matters.

As I plopped down exhausted on my couch today, I looked at my wife and our kids so thankful for redemption and love and that I am able to be a leader/vessel in my family. I love that our family seeks to pursue Jesus together and I am able to live in the freedom and purpose that brings. I love watching my kids growing up in their talents and gifting and championing them on to discover who God has made them to be. I look at our home and all of the miraculous blessing in my life and I am astounded. Our family keeps a prayer journal and I can tangibly see prayer requests being answered in the most specific ways. It's never easy following Jesus but living as a vessel for Him will fill you up with unspeakable joy even as the world attempts to throw its roadblocks and challenges in your way. Even if you stumble and make mistakes God can and will still use your life in mighty ways. Just be open and willing to be used and you will see incredibly opportunities unfold.


I really love this time of year. Spring usually signals new life, warming temperatures and the Easter season. This year though, I have been doing a ton of memorial and funeral services. Being a part of special moments celebrating the lives of my friend's loved ones has been incredibly moving and life changing. I feel like there has been so much death around us in the last several months that as Christians, it forces us to be heaven focused. We cannot see death as the world sees it, as the end of life, but as a graduation to being in the presence of our heavenly Father and Jesus. Living with a focus on Jesus, breathes hope into anyone who is struggling or grieving. It also helps us to be a comfort to those who are struggling in any difficult season of life. 


My grandmother turns 98 this year and I recently made a trip back to Georgia to visit with her. I got to spend some great time with her walking, playing music together, and just catching up. I asked her as many questions as I could think of and listened to her talk about heaven. She made me my favorite pie and sang to me. She told me old stories of my childhood. We laughed and drank sweet tea. She cried as she talked about the day my granddaddy died, several years ago. I sat with her and tried to be as present as I could soaking up the memories we were making moment by moment. I filmed her just in case I forgot anything. I am so thankful that I have been able to be a part of my grandmother's life. She is the strongest person I know and she has always loved me and accepted me unconditionally. No matter what she offers a sweet word of encouragement or kindness, whatever it is I am going through. She is fiercely protective of me and adores my wife and our kids. She gave me my awesome mother and has been a great example of living in grace and serving God with her life.

As I hugged my grandmother goodbye on the last day of my trip, I got choked up. I realized that God could call my grandmother home any day. I realized life is short and the importance of cherishing the moments we are given and living with a grateful heart. I am inspired by my grandmother's desire to be a witness for Jesus and to appreciate the opportunities that God has given me to serve his people in worship. She has inspired me to see the importance of forgiveness, leaving the past behind you and to keep moving forward in life. She has inspired me to be independent and self-reliant. And I realized how much the small things we do every day can impact the lives of others and just how quickly our lives go by on earth.

It was an enriching and impactful trip that was truly good for my soul.