Ancient Future

5. The Gap

October 10, 2021 • Chris Seidman • Acts 10:34–35, Acts 11:15–17, Galatians 2:11–14, Acts 15:1–19

There are no “finished products” for God to work through. Though God works through us, He is still working on us. This weekend we wrap up our Ancient Future series on the church in Antioch with one final message about ongoing change. Antioch was a place where not just new believers were emerging, but seasoned believers were being changed in an ongoing way. Have you ever believed something in your mind and yet you had trouble living it out – as if there was a gap between how you thought and how you lived? We’ll talk about it this weekend and even see this dynamic at work in the lives of the spiritual leaders of the early church. We’re all under construction!

4. Grace-Oriented

October 3, 2021 • Chris Seidman • Acts 14:26, Acts 11:20–23, Acts 15:1–11, Acts 13:2–3, 1 Corinthians 15:9–10

“When he arrived and saw what the grace of God had done….” (Acts 11:23) This weekend, we focus on what the church in Antioch has to teach us about being a person and a church rooted in grace. The presence and absence of grace impacts every realm of life — marriage, parenting, business, friendships, relationships, etc…. And then there’s the grace of God in our own lives.

3. The Fallen Tent

September 26, 2021 • Chris Seidman • Acts 15:12–19, Acts 13:1–2, Ephesians 5:18–19, 2 Corinthians 3:18, Colossians 3:16

This weekend, we consider what it means to worship or minister to the Lord (Acts 13:2). You might be thinking, "Really? We minister to the Lord? I thought it was just to other people!”

2. Spirit-Led

September 12, 2021 • Chris Seidman • Acts 11:19–30, Acts 13:1

This weekend we focus on another key description of the church in Antioch that is a theme for us to lean into as individuals, and as a church.

1. Ancient Future

September 5, 2021 • Chris Seidman • Acts 11:18–26, Acts 1:8, Acts 8:1–4, Hebrews 13:1

Sometimes you have to go backward in order to move forward.