[Genesis 8:20-9:17] In Genesis 8:20-9:17 God promises to never again destroy the earth through a flood.
[Genesis 6-8] In Genesis 6-8 God sends a flood as judgment upon humanity’s wickedness, yet delivers Noah and his family.
[Genesis 5] Genesis 5 describes the painful reality of death, mixed with the hope of God’s deliverance.
[Genesis 4] Genesis 4 describes the tragic story of murder within the first human family.
[Genesis 3:7-24] Genesis 3:7-24 describes the fallout from humanity’s sinful rebellion against God.
[Genesis 3:1-7] Genesis 3:1-7 describes how sin entered God’s creation through humanity’s rebellion.
[Philippians 3] 10 Year Anniversary Guest Speaker: Steve Treichler, Senior Paster, Hope Community Church
[Genesis 2:18-25] Genesis 2:18-25 describes how God created the first woman and established the first marriage.
[Genesis 2:4-17] Genesis 2:4-17 describes life in the garden that God created.
[Genesis 1:26-28] Our creation in the image of God is at the core of what it means to be human.
[Genesis 1:1-2:3] Genesis 1:1-2:3 describes God’s creation of all things.
[Psalm 36] In Psalm 36 David contrasts the path of sin with the path of knowing God.
[Psalm 35] In Psalm 35 David pleads with God to fight against the enemies that are attacking him.
[Psalm 34] In Psalm 34 David praises God for his miraculous deliverance from trouble.
[Psalm 33] In Psalm 33 we are given great reason to praise a great God.
[Psalm 32] How do we, the forgiven, fight off secret sin and be happy? Speaker: Darrius Hubbard
[Psalm 31] God our Rescuer Guest Speaker: Dan Moose
[Psalm 30] In Psalm 30 David praises God who turns sorrow into joy.
[Psalm 29] In Psalm 29 David praises the Lord for his power and glory.
[Psalm 28] What are the benefits of having God as our strength?
[Psalm 27] Living in confident faith Guest Speaker: Dan Moose
[Psalm 26] Integrity means pure devotion before God Speaker: Nate Krampe, Elder
[Psalm 25] Following Jesus is a prayerful journey as we encounter the A-Z’s of life.
[Psalm 24] What type of king is our God?
[Matthew 28:16-20; 2 Timothy 2:2] How could Antioch’s core value of “intentional multiplication” contribute to a gospel movement?
How did Antioch gain its picture of Holistic Mission? Guest Speaker: Darrius Hubbard
Why is “creativity” a core value at Antioch?
[John 15:1-11; 17:20-23] What type of community is God calling Antioch to be?
[Psalm 63] Why should our lives be marked by a relentless pursuit of God?
What does it mean that we value “truth” at Antioch?
[Mark 13:1-2] In Mark 13:1-2 Jesus predicts the future destruction of the temple in Jerusalem.
[Matthew 9:9-13] Jesus demonstrated he had come to call lost people to follow him, despite the criticism it attracted.
[Matthew 27:57-61] Whose Tomb is Empty?
[Luke 23:32-43] Good Friday
[Luke 8:1-3, John 20: 1-2, 11-18] The Great Exchange Guest Speaker: Dan Moose
[Mark 5:1-20] In the anti-establishment age in which we live, why is the authority of Jesus good news? Guest Speaker: Trent Senske
[John 4] How do we as believers respond to the great commission to Develop Gospel Community in NE & Beyond? Speaker: Darrius Hubbard
[1 Peter 5:6-14] How should we as exiles conduct ourselves in the spiritual battle we’re engaged in?
[1 Peter 5:1-5] How can the church cultivate a culture of humility that becomes a counter-cultural witness to the gospel?
[1 Peter 4:7-11] Since the end is near, we should minister to one another in God’s family with our heads, hearts and hands.
[1 Peter 4:1-6] As exiles, we should arm ourselves in suffering with a Christlike attitude.
[1 Peter 3:13-22] How should exiles respond to suffering in a hostile world?
[John 4:25-39] Being on Jesus’ Mission Speaker: Dan Moose
[Ephesians 2:11-22] Why should we prioritize community, and what does that look like?
[1 Peter 3:8-12] What should community life look like for exiles in a broken world?
[1 Peter 3:1-7] What should Christian marriage look like for exiles living in a broken world?
[1 Peter 2:18-25] Why should Christians live in submission to unjust authorities?
[1 Peter 2:13-17] How should we as exiles live in submission to civil authorities?
[1 Peter 2:11-12] How can we live on mission in a hostile world?