Antioch Worship

Are You Prepared to Worship?

Wasn’t this past Sunday an incredible day of worship! The music, fellowship, serving, and community that took place was simply awesome to witness. I’ve had several people comment about how the Spirit of God was overwhelmingly present this past week. The Scripture says that even when two people gather together …

Names of God

A name can both define and describe something or someone. We can know who God is, His character, and His nature simply by knowing His name. The more we study and speak the names of God, the more in awe of Him we become which ultimately leads to greater worship. Below …

Surrounded by Wisdom

“A wise man will hear and increase in learning, and a man of understanding will acquire wise counsel.” Proverbs 1:5 King Solomon was the wisest person to ever live, being gifted by God with an incredible mind that sought wisdom and understanding. Yet Solomon, in all of his wisdom, realized …

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(Part 2) Burnout – How did I get here?

First of all, I believe burnout doesn’t mean you need to be repaired; burnout means you need to be refueled! (I wrote about What Burnout Is in part 1 of this series.) Most of us can identify a time in our life when we felt burnout. Maybe you’re there now! We can …

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(Part 1) Burnout – What does it mean?

The word burnout seems to be a buzzword in Christian circles. Whether you’re a full-time ministry lead, bi-vocational pastor, regular volunteer, or occasional volunteer, at some point, you encounter the blister of burnout. Personally, I believe the word burnout is often overused. Many times burnout is used to describe someone …

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2 Lies about Joy and Peace

by Andy Comer   Do you want more joy and peace in your life? Who doesn’t, right? I’ve never heard anyone say, “You know, I could use a little less joy,” or “I’ll pass on this whole peace stuff.” No. We long for joy and peace. We search for it, …

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Turning Off the Dark

by Andy Comer   Recently, my three-year-old daughter wanted to play with a certain toy, but her hesitance to retrieve it left me puzzled. I didn’t understand why she was unwilling to walk into her dark room to get what she desired. Nervously gathering her thoughts, she cautiously approached me …

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Watch Your Mouth!

by Andy Comer   “for his mouth speaks from that which fills his heart.” Luke 6:45 I remember singing the song as a little child, “O Be Careful, Little Eyes.” It’s a catchy little tune reminding us to watch what we see, hear, and say. (Listen here if you’ve never …

Surfing and Church Planting

by Andy Comer   I’ve never been surfing. At least not in the sense of riding waves on the beaches of California. It sounds like fun. I think I’d like the adrenaline rush that comes from catching the perfect wave, gliding along the water, and rushing toward the beech with …

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P.R.A.Y. through God’s Word.

The Bible is an incredible book, and that’s a big understatement. It’s beyond incredible. It’s powerful, living, active, sharp, useful, inspired, perfect, holy, constant, and pure. Should I continue? Ok! The Bible is the very word of God. His letter to us for abundant life and eternal life. (1 Peter …

Why Creativity?

by Stephen Castleberry   At the heart of the Texas spirit is boldness. Boldness to innovate, to stand up for what’s right, and to blaze your own trail. Central to Texas is the Hill Country area of Austin and Georgetown where creativity shines through local art, restaurants, and music. Antioch …