3 Careful Reminders about Church People

Several years ago I ran a 1/2 marathon. I remember the exhilaration I felt as I crossed the finish line having run 13.2 miles. I had accomplished my BHAG. (If you aren’t sure what that is check out Jim Collin’s book Built to Last.)  But …

Four Family Resources

Calling all Parents, We have a blog for you! First, we care about you, and we are praying for you and your family in this unique season of life. Now, I know you might be using your only five free minutes of the day to …

COVID Update

As you may have heard, the state of Texas stay-at-home order is scheduled to end today (April 30) and Phase 1 of Open Texas will begin tomorrow (May 1) as several businesses and restaurants across Texas will be allowed to reopen at reduced capacity.  What …

three Characteristics of God

Three characteristics of God we must remember.

Has your life and routine been completely uprooted like mine? Yeah, I thought so! I was just getting situated in a new way of life when bam! COVID-19 hit hard! Like many others, I’m now working from home with an incredibly social kindergartener, who is …

My LENT Experience

by Karen Coombes I always thought Lent was just for Catholics. I understood it to be a time of giving up something, though I wasn’t really sure why. Meat was the common sacrifice in my childhood days. Many a Friday I ate fish sticks in …

24 days of prayer

10 Things to Pray when You Pray Over the Land

Thank you for taking time to pray over Antioch Georgetown’s land. We want to start off the year strong by seeking God and praying BIG! As you pray, here are 10 things to serve as a guide as you spend time with the Lord. 1. …

Jesus our love

I love Raisin’ Cane’s chicken. I love country music. I love cold weather. In our lost and broken world, we “love” lots of things. The world has desensitized us to the true meaning of love. The fourth week of Advent focuses on love. Specifically, God’s love …

Jesus our Joy

More than likely, you’ve never made the statement, “I have too much joy!” That’s like having too much sugar or too much free time — you can never have too much joy! However, you may find yourself on the other end of the joy spectrum. …