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Anderson with Ambassador Lewanika at a lunch hosted
for Friends of Zambia by H.E. President Levy Mwanawasa.
David Anderson is the founder and senior pastor of Bridgeway
Community Church, a multicultural congregation located in
Columbia, Maryland. He is the founder and president of the
BridgeLeader Network, a multicultural leadership consulting
organization, and an instructor of cultural diversity at the
University of Phoenix, Maryland campuses. Dr. Anderson received
his bachelor's and master's degrees from Moody Bible Institute
and his Doctor of Philosophy in the Sociological Integration
of Religion and Society at Oxford Graduate School. He has
co-authored a book titled Letters Across the Divide: Two
Friends Explore Racism, Friendship and Faith (Baker,
2001), which has generated media interest nationwide through
exposure on over 2000 radio stations and television appearances,
which include Black Entertainment Television (BET), CSPAN,
TBN, PAX, and ABC promoting his message of diversity. Dr.
Anderson hosts a live radio show, called Reconciliation
Live on the largest Christian radio station in the nation’s
capital. His new book, Multicultural Ministry: Finding
Your Church’s Unique Rhythm (April 2004) highlights
his messages and lessons in doing multicultural ministry.
Dr. Anderson was noted as the number one up and coming religious
leader to watch by Savoy Magazine’s latest list of 100
most powerful black leaders in America (July 2002). He is
a highly sought after conference speaker, lecturer, and consultant
on local, national and international levels. Dr. Anderson
and his wife Amber reside in Ellicott City, Maryland with
their three young children, Isaiah, Luke, and Asia.