This is an amazing opportunity to step back from distractions of everyday life and retreat into Jesus. This weekend includes times of worship, teaching, and fun activities with your community. Every year is different, but we always encounter God in life-changing ways!
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Calling all MEN. We live in enemy territory, and the battle for Heaven rages all around. There is much at stake, and we cannot afford to drop our defenses. Join us on November 18th as we strengthen our souls, build up the brotherhood, and FORTIFY our faith.
World Mandate is a conference for anyone who wants to worship God and change the world. We are everyday people: students, artists, teachers, business people and missionaries from all over the world who simply believe we can see the Kingdom of God established on earth in our generation.
This two-day gathering will feature four main sessions where you will experience dynamic worship, compelling teaching and powerful encounters with God that will inspire and equip you to be part of what God is doing around the world.
The UnBound Light Up The Dark 5K is a fun, family-friendly “glow-in-the-dark” run to raise money and awareness for the anti-human trafficking work of UnBound in College Station, Texas.This annual event is fun for everyone, whether you’re a slow walker or a professional runner!
Join us before the run for body paint, warm up, photo booth, live music and more. Hang out afterward for a free concert! Come “Light Up the Dark” of human trafficking with us!
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Join us for a morning with former U.S. Army Special Forces and founder of Free Burma Rangers, David Eubanks!
"David Eubank, a former U.S. Army Special Forces and Ranger officer, is the founder and leader of the Free Burma Rangers (FBR), a humanitarian service movement for oppressed ethnic minorities of all races and religions in the Burma, Kurdistan and Sudan war zones. Along with relief, his personal mission is to share the love of Jesus Christ and to help people be free from oppression. FBR teams are comprised of men and women of different ethnicities and faiths that are united for freedom by the bond of love and service. David, his wife Karen and their three children: Sahale, 15; Suuzanne, 13; and Peter, 10; work alongside the 70 ethnic FBR relief teams in the conflict areas of Burma giving help, hope and love and recently began relief missions to help the Kurds under attack by ISIS in Iraq. FBR also conducts relief missions in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. The Eubank family started the Global Day of Prayer for Burma and the Good Life Club family outreach program."
New to Antioch and looking to get connected? All families and young adults are invited to join our pastors and Lifegroup leaders for Newcomers Lunch. Take the next step towards getting connected with the Antioch family! Lunch provided. Non-college only.
Please RSVP here with your name and the # of attendees.