Rev. David Andes

Director

David came on staff with FLM in 1998. He and Katherine married in 1990 and live in Irmo, SC with their two sons. David grew up in both Philadelphia and Northern Wisconsin. He received his undergraduate degree from Bucknell University and his MDiv from Columbia International University. He has a background in tennis teaching and utility cost analysis. He loves riding his tandem bike, coaching Special Olympic tennis, canoeing, watching historical documentaries, walking the family dog, and sitting on the back deck early summer mornings.

The hiking couple

The hiking couple

The graduate

The graduate

The retired teacher

The retired teacher

Austin and cousins at tennis practice

Austin and cousins at tennis practice

The college freshman

The college freshman

First hike of 2021 in Harbison forest

First hike of 2021 in Harbison forest

Silver Medal Team - Midlands Combine 2021

Silver Medal Team - Midlands Combine 2021

Christmas 2020

Christmas 2020

Happy Birthday plane ride

Happy Birthday plane ride

Katherine in NC mts

Katherine in NC mts

Santa shooting some hoops

Santa shooting some hoops

Austin Fulfilling A Lifelong Dream

Austin Fulfilling A Lifelong Dream

Austin And Elvis After A Concert

Austin And Elvis After A Concert

Rev. David Andes Family Prayer Requests

  • David: I am anticipating how God will accomplish His gospel purposes in me through the uncomfortable aspects of parenting. I am waiting for some “But when God” (Phil1:15a) moments this fall.

  • Katherine: I am enjoying this next phase of life. "Be still and know that I am God.” Ps 46:10 “Being” rather than “Doing” is my focus. Pray that I will embrace this as I navigate my days.

  • Austin: He has a very high level of anxiety and more frequent episodes of intensity. We need wisdom and direction. Pray for the Prince of Peace to overwhelm and for Austin to be able to take every thought captive.

  • Cameron: He is a freshman at Clemson University. Pray that God would bring a couple of Christ-following compelling people into his life. Pray that Cameron would see himself as God sees Him and he would experience the gentle and lowly Christ.

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