Anna Wood · Authentic Christianity · discernment

Called to Faithfulness

God calls us to faithfulness. He doesn’t call us to win, but to stand for truth. He doesn’t call us to make huge splashes, but to do the next thing, and the next, for His glory. God doesn’t call us to change the culture, but to be changed into His perfect image. God doesn’t call… Continue reading Called to Faithfulness

Anna Wood · Authentic Christianity · discernment

It’s Our Fault

Have you stopped to pray in the wake of last week’s SOTUS ruling? It’s our fault, you know. We, the church, have recklessly stood by for decades as the progressive policies of the left have slowly but steadily wound their ever tightening tentacles around the American people, choking the life out of our freedom, and,… Continue reading It’s Our Fault

Anna Wood · Authentic Christianity · discernment

Repent, and Go Forth

This once great nation has reached a moment of decision. It is a moment that, had the church acted as the church all along, never would have come upon us. But salt and light seemed to be beyond us for just a bit too long, and thus here we find ourselves. It is too much… Continue reading Repent, and Go Forth

Authentic Christianity · Christianity · discernment

People Of The Word

It feels so good to call ourselves “Christian”; we’re a part of a greater whole and meant to make a difference. Unfortunately the difference we often want to make is a cultural one rather than an innately spiritual one. This we must understand: Christ didn’t come to redeem society but people. Yet changed people will always result… Continue reading People Of The Word

Authentic Christianity · Christianity · discernment

The Day Of Repentance

1 John 2: 15, 16, “Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life,… Continue reading The Day Of Repentance

Authentic Christianity · Christianity

Only The Cross

We care so much for the people around us. We want so badly for them to have a better life. To have enough. There are so many who don’t. By natural extension we worry about their afterlife. We want people to miss hell. It would be so horrible for anyone to go there–especially after having… Continue reading Only The Cross