Anchor Devotional: Meet the Editor

The Anchor Devotional has been through many changes since it began in 1976, but it has always been a gospel focused, grace based, timely and daily word of inspiration.

In this video, you’ll meet the editor, Kathy Daane, who shares more about the ministry and how it impacts countless of lives through the generous support of friends like you.

Thank you for reading and supporting Anchor. God has used your support of this ministry to impact Chaplains on Navy ships, at Crisis Pregnancy Centers, in the lives of incarcerated men and women. Through your support, Haven sends Anchor Devotionals to prisoners in the United States and Canada free of cost.

Would you partner with us today to help Haven share the good news of Jesus Christ through Anchor? Now more than ever, it’s the story the world needs to hear!

**Correction: A recent mailing directing to this page referred incorrectly to Kathy Daane becoming Anchor’s editor in 2018. Kathy actually began overseeing the publication in 2008.


  • Ebenezer says:

    Hi Kathy,

    Thank you for all you put into the Kingdom of God, especially the work you continue to do on the Anchor Devotional. I have been subscribing to and receiving them for some time now and they have been an immense source of blessing and another important source of spiritual food and devotional material for my Christian walk.

    God bless you.

    • Corum says:

      Thank you so much for your kind note. We pray this will continue to be a great spiritual resource in your life for many years to come!

  • Kathy Wood says:

    What is your Mission Statement?

    I can’t find your half-hour radio program anymore in Birmingham, Alabama, anymore, and would like to
    hear it. I will send a donation when I receive these
    responses. Thanks, Kathy!

    • Corum says:

      Hi Kathy. Thanks for getting in touch. You can find our mission and vision statements at the top of this page. And it looks like you can hear Haven Today and our 60-second Anchor Today segment in several places in Birmingham (including 90.7 FM WGRW daily and 88.5 FM WLJR at 6pm, or 89.5 FM WRNF out of Selma at 5:30am). For more listings, you can visit our station finder here. I hope this helps! Thank you!

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