Hey, y’all, it’s good to meet you
Hey, sisters, my name is Anna.
I am a Reformed Baptist, mother of 9, patriarchal, head covering (in worship), home making, older woman whose focus is on bringing glory to God by living and teaching what the Lord’s Word has to say about biblical womanhood in Titus 2.
Y’all, God’s glory is at stake; His Word makes this clear: Titus 2: 3-5–The aged women likewise, that they be in behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things; That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed.
“that the word of God be not blasphemed.”
I don’t ever want to be guilty of blaspheming my Lord.
What I believe, stand for, and teach, and where
Biblical womanhood is and long has been, under attack. The fight against it started in the Garden of Eden and was renewed when Elizabeth Cady Stanton wrote The Declaration of Sentiments out of which modern feminism grew. My purpose is to stand on the Word of God and uncover and teach what the church would have believed true about womanhood before feminism became the lens through which we view everything related to men and women.
A little more about me
I was raised by a single mother who had been abandoned by her unfaithful and abusive husband. She taught me to distrust men, be a good Democrat, and as a faithful member of the church of Christ (a church borne out of the Restoration movement). I was raised to be lean egalitarian an to prepare for a career. I wouldn’t even say “obey” when I married. I was immodest, confused, and had little understanding of truth.
I married a man whom I thought was a Christian…but no. He abused me and was unfaithful. I am reluctantly single but with biblical reasons. I was once angry, depressed, immodest, and couldn’t explain the Gospel. I am now a Reformed Baptist
I have several lifelong chronic illnesses that were compounded by injuries sustained when I was 18 years old and hit from behind at a red light by an 18 wheeler truck. Due to severely damaged lungs, multiple autoimmune issues, and nerve damage sustained in that accident, I am disabled.
I was interviewed on a podcast called Weaker Vessel’s Kitchen. If you don’t know them, sister, you ought to check them out. These ladies are wonderful, warm, loving, and they love the Lord and His ways so much.
Our Etsy shop, Reformation Wares
My daughter and I run an Etsy shop, Reformation Wares, where we are purveyors of items Reformed and Christian and sometimes that which is just for fun. We sell mugs, shirts, aprons, and much more. Here a are few examples of what we offer:
Dr. James White, yes, that one, once bought a couple of Postmil shirts from us, y’all.
We offer free shipping on orders of $35 and over and we offer free customization. Y’all make sure to check us out. Soli Deo Gloria!
Connect with me
Help to support my efforts
If you are able to help support my efforts in fighting feminism and teaching biblical womanhood, you can Become a Patron! or check out this page for other ways to offer support. What I do here takes many hours and due to my circumstances, I manage my basic expenses but the need for additional help rises from time to time. Any help is greatly appreciated and will be well stewarded.
Thank you sisters. Remember to do all that you do for the glory of God and please pray that I will do so, also. I’m praying for y’all.
Soli Deo Gloria!