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God does not look at how fervently we preach the gospel or how willingly we suffer for Him; He looks to see how obedient we are.

-- Watchman Nee


For those who simply stumbled into this page, my name is Andrew Callan. I was born in Maryland on July 25, 1974. I grew up there until the summer after my freshman year of high school -- August, 1989. My family moved to Greeneville, Tennessee, and I finished my high school days there. After graduating in 1992, I began attending Tennessee Technological University (TTU). I majored in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a discipline in computer engineering. I've been on two coops. The first was with the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren, Virginia. The second was with Milliken in Greenville, South Carolina. During my time at TTU, I was heavily involved with Campus Crusade for Christ. I finally graduated from TTU in May 1998. I moved to Huntsville, Alabama to take a job with Teledyne Brown Engineering . In September 2001, I married Carissa Ann, the young lady who God has created to be the only one for me! In late September, I left Teledyne Brown for a job with ELMCO Westar A&DG QinetiQ. In 2003, my first son, Murray, was born. In 2006, my first daughter, Amber, was born. 2007 brought another job change to Analytical Services, Inc.

Carissa and I are participants at Summit Crossing Community Church in Madison, Alabama. Also, a side project of mine is helping Partners In Missions, International. I went on a trip to Romania with PIMI in May, 1997. One of my photo collections (see side bar at right) contains pictures from that trip.

Now you know the really, really brief history of Andrew Callan. If you want to know more about me, just email me.

I've composed and compiled some white papers on Christianity. These contain some of the thoughts and experiences which I have had as I have traveled through this life and grown closer to God. If you want to know how I think, this is a great way to get to know me.

For those of you who use GPG (PGP), here is my public key.

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More to come later!
Andrew C. Callan
Any suggestions? Email accallan@ugnet.org
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