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Welcome to Anchorsaway! 

Anchorsaway ministries has produced several curricula. This video introduces the Anchorsaway High School Curriculum. It is a college-level Christian worldview educational experience targeting high school juniors and seniors and college students. The purpose is to encourage each student’s biblical and spiritual growth as they learn to confidently live out their faith in every area of life. There is absolutely no doubt that an Anchorsaway student will develop a deeper understanding of the Christian faith. They will be prepared to give an answer to those who who have questions about God, our purpose and hope that we can all have in this broken world. Students will learn the apologetics of the Christian faith as well as how to live out Truth in all of life. Teachers must be trained to teach this class. You can click on teacher training and begin your online training today!


  

For years, the parents of our students have asked us to write a curriculum for adults to learn the material that we teach for teens. Anchorsaway listened to them and now is proud to present our latest curriculum called Unanswered: Smoke, Mirrors and God. The title of this project reflects the confusion that many of us have about God. The book and the study guide with a DVD that has amazing videos to be watched before each lesson, sets this curriculum apart from all other small group studies. The definition of smoke and mirrors is, “Cover-up: something that is intended to draw attention away from something else that somebody would prefer to remain unnoticed.” (Bing dictionary)  It is the intention of this study to free people from religious demands and from performing for God and others in hopes of being “good enough for God”.  We think that by working through the entire study, you will get a fresh, perhaps new perspective, as to how God loves and equips us to make a difference in this world beginning with our own families at home, in the church or at the workplace.

Unanswered: Smoke, Mirrors and God can be used for: Individual study, Family study, Families study together, Community outreach, Small group study for churches or in homes, Mentoring/discipleship, Mens and women's Bible studies and more.

Click here to order your books today. Big discount for ordering the Unanswered:Smoke, Mirrors and God book and study guide together. 


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  • Anchorsaway Open House and Unanswered Preview August 27
    Thu, July 30, 2015

    Please mark your calendars for Thursday, August 27 to visit us here in Carmel and see our newly remodeled Anchorsaway site!  Doors will be open at 6:30 PM for you to see our meeting rooms, browse our resources and enjoy a light refreshment. Also, Nancy will be giving an overview of our new Unanswered small group curriculum and highlighting ways you can use this study to help influence our culture with Christian worldview. 

    Click here to reserve your spot!

  • Anchorsaway Teacher Training Conference October 16 & 17
    Thu, July 30, 2015

    Do you have a desire to be a part of changing the hearts and minds of young people and adults alike in your community? Our trained teachers are equipped to do just that by leading a class in understanding the foundations of the Christian faith and helping people build a solid biblical worldview. We need people like you to join us in this effort to change culture for God's glory one heart at a time! Sign up today and reserve your spot for the Anchorsaway Teacher Training Conference in October 2015!

    Dates and Times: Friday, October 16th from 6:30pm - 9:00pm & Saturday, October 17th from 8:30am - 4:00pm

    Location: 13232 Old Meridian Street, Carmel, IN 46032

    *Conference Fee: $95.00 per person; Pastors and Youth Pastors may attend for the discounted rate of $50.00!

    *Fee covers the cost for a Small Group Leader's Worldview Handbook, Training Conference Handbook, light dessert on Friday evening, and breakfast and lunch on Saturday.

    If you have any questions, please call our office at 317-844-0381

    Register here.

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