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I am a Confessional Reformed Christian. The LORD began my new birth in Christ in the fall of 1993.  He soon had  me involved with local Christian activists as a member of the Illinois Christian Coalition (1994)  and then as a county chapter leader in 1995  (the same  year I was elected to the Waterloo School Board).

I joined the Constitution Party of  Illinois and served as an officer from May 2001 until my resignation in January 2005. During this period of time I was very active politically as a grass root's leader and organizer.

For several years I wrote an "Opinion Shaper" column for our local newspaper and many of those articles are now archived at this blog. I also spent many years ministering to the lost and speaking on behalf of the preborn at the local abortuaries.  But my greatest love is for the truths of Scripture and sharing them with others. I also love to study the works of the Reformers and learn about our Christian Heritage.

I hope and pray to spend the rest of my life faithfully serving Jesus Christ, who is King of all the nations.

Please feel free to link to or share my work with others. I only ask that you provide a link back to the original post and credit me as the author.

My sincere hope is that the good Lord will use this blog to help equip the saints and point others to Jesus Christ. Thank you for your interest and may the good Lord bless you as you seek His Kingdom!

In Christ Alone,

Angela Wittman


All the ends of the world shall remember and turn unto the LORD: and all the kindreds of the nations shall worship before thee.

For the kingdom is the LORD's: and he is the governor among the nations.

~ Psalm 22: 27, 28 KJV


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