CIVIL – Relating to the community, or to the policy and government of the citizens and subjects of a state; Relating to any man as a member of a community; as civil power, civil rights, the power or rights which a man enjoys as a citizen. Noah Webster’s 1828

Bob Woodson Sr, of the Woodson Center 1776 Unites

In today’s society there seems to be anything but unity taking place. It seems like almost every broadcast, meeting, conversation, election and event seeks to divide us. Yet, it is in our unity based on love that Jesus said they’d recognize that we are His disciples and it is there, when we are in Christ-centered unity it’s the place of the commanded blessing. Civil Christianity has been established to help likeminded believers to come together in unity to make a difference in their neighborhoods, communities, cities, state and nation. We are just beginning this journey and we’re not necessarily looking for a multitude to sign the pledge, but for those who truly want to make a difference as a civil Christian in a civil land. We believe agreement is more powerful than numbers as we can so clearly see with present-day America although there is 318,000+ million Americans, American power seems to be fading more and more as few citizens are walking in less and less agreement. Kingdom minded Christians who understand their civil role in a civil society can help the nation to once again walk in agreement with the grace and help of our Lord and a heart’s desire to walk as He asked to, in unity.

In essentials, unity; in non-essentials, liberty; and in all things, love.

Every nation divided against itself will be ruined, and every city or household divided against itself will not stand. If two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. How can even two of us walk together, unless we agree?  Matthew 12:25, 18:19; Amos 3:3