Daniel Anderson grew up in Saraland attending Living Hope from the time it was first built in the current location in 1980. After graduating from Satsuma High School in 1994, he then went on to receive his Associate of Science degree from Faulkner State Community College. After that, he began working for the Mobile County Traffic Engineering Department. After 3 years with the County, he transferred to Mobile Area Water & Sewer Service where he worked for 20 years as an Engineering Technician. He is currently working as an insurance adjuster for Pilot Catastrophe.
Daniel received his call into the ministry at the age of 21 where he then started in service leadership and began to lead worship along with other elements of the church services. His calling is to serve the people of Saraland and Living Hope. He currently serves on the sound team, music team, teaching staff, and as the Men’s Ministry leader. He has been married to his wife, Beth, for over 21 years.
Beth has served as the nursery coordinator for over 18 years and is also involved in the music, ladies, and children’s ministries. They have 2 wonderful daughters, Camryn and Olivia, both of whom are involved in church ministry and activities at Living Hope.