This week Drew Steadman continued our To the Philippians series by taking a look at Philippians 1:12-30. Throughout his message Drew emphasized the importance of keeping God first and allowing everything else to fall into place after. Each week we will post three practical ways you can apply the message to your life and provide a more in-depth study of the Scripture for those of you want dig deeper on our blog, antiochcc.com/blog.
This week we continued our Up – In – Out series on discipleship. As we said last week, discipleship is a small group of people coming together to help one another look more like Jesus. Today we took a closer look at the power of discipleship community. God made us for community because that is where we find intentional accountability, encouragement and learn how to grow in our relationship with Him.
This week Drew Steadman kicked off our new series, Up – In – Out. Throughout our three-week series, we will be talking more about what it looks like to be a disciple and how to cultivate healthy discipleship relationships. A disciple is simply someone who is following Jesus and trying to look more like Him. Being a disciple isn’t just knowing the Bible, it’s about living out what we know and obeying the calls of God.
This week, Drew continued our More Of Jesus series with a message out of Colossians 3:3-5 and Colossians 3:10-11: Being clothed in the character of Christ.
This week, Drew continued our More Of Jesus series with a message out of Colossians 1:21-29. God gives us an incredible mission, to share His love with others, but he also equips us to live out the mission. When given great responsibility, insecurity can quickly arise, but with Jesus, we are able to rise up past insecurity and embrace the mission of God on our lives.
This week, Drew Steadman kicked off our More of Jesus series on Colossians, by talking about who Jesus is. Our problems become less daunting when we admit we need someone greater than our problem to get through. We focused on Colossians 1:15-20 and Drew challenged us to prioritize our relationship with Jesus and keep Him at the center of all we do.
This week, Drew Steadman continued our Come to the Mountain series and focused on what it means to be a peacemaker. Matthew 5: 9 says, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” The more we understand we have been reconciled to God, the more power we have to reconcile with others.
This week our director of ministries and U.S. church panting, Drew Steadman, finishes out our series, Hanging On Every Word. Drew reminds us that 1 Peter 4-12 tells us we all have a part to play as living stones. Stones in and of themselves can seem insignificant, but when joined together with other stones by the hand of a craftsman, they can become almost anything.