Chris Anderson

Liberty Heights Church Mason Campus,
Lead Church Planter
Liberty Heights Church Mason Campus
December 27
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About My Family

I’m a graduate of Cedarville University, which is where I met my wife, Shannon. I earned a bachelor’s degree in 1996 and a Master of Ministry in 2021. Both Shannon and I have been on staff at Liberty Heights Church (LHC) for nearly two decades.

Our oldest daughter, Taylor, is a first grade teacher in the Lakota School District, and our youngest daughter is a student at Cedarville University.

About My Church Plant

In 2019, we launched our first campus from LHC in Lebanon, Ohio. This is a revitalization effort that started with a core group from a previous congregation of 35 people. In 2021, after surviving COVID and growing to nearly 120 regular attenders, we handed off this congregation to church planter, David Hackney, (still a campus of LHC) and launched another campus from LHC in Mason, Ohio (also a revitalization effort).

NAMB Church Planting

Millions living in North America have not been reached with the gospel. But a new church makes change possible in an unreached neighborhood.
Send Network church planters immerse themselves in a community, learning the rhythms and culture as they establish relationships with the lost. A church plant grows out of the evangelism efforts of the planter and his core team.


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