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Baby Dedication and
Baptism Bash 2018

Sunday was one of our favorite services of the year! It doesn’t get better than coming together to see people step into a new life with Jesus. As a church, we celebrated as 24 families who dedicated their little ones to the Lord and promised to raise them in the ways of righteousness. Ninety-two people were also baptized; publicly declaring their desire to wholeheartedly follow Jesus.

CHECK OUT SOME PHOTO HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR MORNING:

Baptism Bash 2017

We had the best morning yesterday as we celebrated with a Baptism Bash and Baby Dedication! During our 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services 116 people publicly declared their decision to follow Jesus, and were baptized. Multiple families also dedicated their babies, and promised to raise their sweet little ones in a God-honoring way. Celebrating the new life we find in Jesus will never get old!

TAKE A LOOK AT SOME PICTURES FROM OUR EXCITING MORNING:

Week{end} in Pictures

What an amazing weekend! On Sunday we celebrated new life with our Baby Dedication and Baptism Bash.  More than forty babies were dedicated and ninety-seven people were baptized! Watch this video to see some of the incredible stories of transformation and you can also check out Jimmy’s message and watch the baptisms here. You will be blown away at how God’s love can impact a life!

We kicked off each service with our Baby Dedication.

Jimmy spoke a blessing over the babies and families and each child was prayed over.

After Baby Dedication we spent time worshiping the Lord together.

Jimmy shared about the Ethiopian Eunuch and Philip in Acts 8. After the eunuch learned about Jesus he proclaimed, “See, here is water! What prevents me from being baptized?”. After sharing the Gospel, Jimmy invited anyone who wanted to give their lives to Jesus to respond and he also invited them to get baptized as a declaration of their faith.

People lined up in the hall to get ready to be baptized.

Will you follow Jesus for all of the days of your life?

So many sweet little ones declared their love and devotion to Jesus!

Raised to walk in newness of life!

So much joy!

Walking in freedom.

Our Spanish service also did a Baptism Bash!

It was such a powerful morning watching these friends proclaim to all that they have decided to follow Jesus!

Week{end} in Pictures

What an incredible weekend! Here’s a run down of all that we did:

  • The Waco Loves West community outreach had more than 150 volunteers who helped with yard work, basic carpentry and plumbing, moving and cleaning. Watch this story about the day from KWTX.
  • Jimmy had a book signing at Mardel. Lots of people came out in support of him and his new book, Passion & Purpose.
  • On Sunday we celebrated new life with our Baby Dedication and Baptism Bash.  Eighty-five people were baptized! Watch this video to see some of the incredible stories of transformation. You will be blown away at how God’s love can impact a life!
  • Christianity Today listed Passion & Purpose in their June issue’s “New and Noteworthy” section.
  • The Waco Trib wrote a great article about some of the new things going on at Antioch.

It was such a memorable weekend!

 

Team work at its best!

Serving people in West, Texas in really practical ways like clean up and moving.

Some of the professional landscapers who helped.

Praying for the Blankenships at our Sunday church service as they head out to the LA area to plant a church.

Jimmy speaking a blessing over the babies and families at our Baby Dedication.

“There He was. There was Jesus. I’d been away from Him for 73 years and He was waiting for me to come back.”

Praying over a sweet little girl who was just baptized.

So much joy and life!

Raised to walk in newness of life!

So many sweet little ones making a decision to live for Jesus forever.

Our Spanish service, Antioch Español, held a baptism service as well!

Passion and Purpose is one of Christian Today’s “New and Noteworthy” books in their June issue:

The Waco Trib wrote a great article about some of the things going on at Antioch: