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  • Discovery Courses | Antioch North

    Contains 44 Component(s)

    This Discovery Series serves to guide you along the path of discipleship from discovering new life in Christ to modeling a life like Jesus'.

    This Discovery Series serves to guide you along the path of discipleship from discovering new life in Christ to modeling a life like Jesus'. This journey is a marathon. What is imparted today will serve as foundational through the course of time. 2 Peter 3:18 tells us to "grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ." This growth and development was not intended to occur instantly but it can be embraced by walking with Jesus Christ.

  • Life of Christ - Part Two

    Contains 9 Component(s)

    What did Jesus teach? What does it mean to be a disciple? Learn about the sufferings of Jesus, His crucifixion and resurrection and the hope it brings us today. The Living Logos’ study guide on the Life of Christ covers the life of Jesus Christ in eight short lessons, guiding the student through a series of multiple-choice questions to test understanding.

    LIFE OF CHRIST 2 

    LESSON 1: The Doctrine Of Jesus Christ 

    LESSON 2: Jesus Teaches Concerning “Discipleship” 

    LESSON 3: The Parables Of Jesus Christ 

    LESSON 4: The Teachings Of Jesus (Concluded) 

    LESSON 5: The Sufferings Of Jesus Christ 

    LESSON 6: The Sufferings Of Jesus Christ (Continued) 

    LESSON 7: The Resurrection Of Jesus Christ 

    LESSON 8: Jesus’ Last Forty Days On Earth 

  • Life of Christ - Part One

    Contains 9 Component(s)

    What did Jesus do during his 33 years on Earth? Where was He born and how did the authors Mark, Luke, John and Matthew document the ministry of Jesus? The Living Logos’ study guide on the Life of Christ covers the life of Jesus Christ in eight short lessons, guiding the student through a series of multiple-choice questions to test understanding.

    LIFE OF CHRIST - Part One

    LESSON 1: Who Is Jesus Christ? 

    LESSON 2: The Birth Of Jesus Christ 

    LESSON 3: The Ministry Of John The Baptist 

    LESSON 4: The “Man” Christ Jesus 

    LESSON 5: The Calling Of The Twelve 

    LESSON 6: The Miracles Of Jesus Christ 

    LESSON 7: The Miracles Of Jesus Christ (Continued) 

    LESSON 8: The Enemies Of Jesus Christ 

  • AN Discipleship

    Contains 7 Product(s)

    AN Discipleship

    AN Discipleship 

  • Shame | Level One

    Contains 28 Component(s)

    Unresolved shame is the most debilitating spiritual condition with which we contend today. It is the root cause of almost all Christian inconsistency. It is the primary reason many do not pray. It is the foundational reason for almost all backsliding.

    The Emotions of Shame

    Sometimes people have so buried the source of their shame that they live in denial that they have any shame at all. However, the evidences of shame are irrefutable. Shame has many distinct, symptomatic emotions which the person with shame cannot bury. When a preponderance fo these emotions are resident in an individual, it is sufficient proof that exists in their being even if they deny that they have any shame at all. Those who would minister to those with shame will occasionally encounter those who will vehemently deny that they have shame. Using the list of emotions supplied in this teaching is on of the only way to begin to persuade someone to consider their situation and to allow themselves to be helped. 

    One of the most important things to remember when dealing with the emotions of people with shame is: feelings do not have to be true to be real. This point must be made to those who have come to the place of believing that everything that they feel is true because they feel it. As long as they believe that they will never be free! Feelings and facts are not synonymous. Felling something does not prove that it is true!

    Your Failures are Not Final

    Chester M. Wright

    Bishop

    Antioch, The Apostolic Church

    Antioch, the Apostolic Church located in Arnold, Maryland. Antioch was founded in 1970 and currently has three congregations. Through over 40 years of ministry, Bishop Wright has served as District Sunday School Secretary, District Sunday School Director, District Home Missions Director, Regional Home Missions Director, Sectional Presbyter, Co-Chairman of Global Conquest and Global Vision, District Revival Coordinator, and Chairman of Focus-DC. He is currently serving as MD/DC District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International.

  • Agent Of Our Crucifixion | Motives | Part Four

    Contains 24 Component(s)

    Motives are the 'why' in what we do. Our motives for what we ask for from the Lord and what we want Him to do for us have always been a major concern to the Lord. What we ask for from Him and what we want Him to do for or through us are always first qualified by the Lord with the question, 'Why?'.

    In Part Four of this Four Part series we will examine the following subjects:

    1. Being crucified with Christ

    2. God's unwitting agent

    3. God did not crucify the man Christ Jesus

    4. The thorn in the flesh

    5. Revelation brings change

    6. Glorying in the thorn

    7. The things God uses to bring us to weakness

    8. For Christ's sake

    9. For when I am weak

    10. What will the results be in our life

    11. Glorying in His presence

    12. Experiencing the second work of the cross daily

    Chester M. Wright

    Bishop

    Antioch, The Apostolic Church

    Antioch, the Apostolic Church located in Arnold, Maryland. Antioch was founded in 1970 and currently has three congregations. Through over 40 years of ministry, Bishop Wright has served as District Sunday School Secretary, District Sunday School Director, District Home Missions Director, Regional Home Missions Director, Sectional Presbyter, Co-Chairman of Global Conquest and Global Vision, District Revival Coordinator, and Chairman of Focus-DC. He is currently serving as MD/DC District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International.

  • AW Development Group | Disciplines of Discipleship | Joel Wright

    Contains 5 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/24/2020

    Pastor Joel Wright will do bi-weekly webinars focused on discipleship.

    Pastor Joel Wright will do bi-weekly webinars focused on discipleship.  

    Joel Wright (Moderator)

    Senior Elder of Antioch West Congregation

    Antioch, The Apostolic Church

    Antioch West is one of three congregations that make up Antioch the Apostolic Church. A common misconception is that “the church” refers to a building or meeting place. However, when we look closely at the Bible we discover that the church embodies a different meaning. The word “church” in the New Testament is translated from the Greek word ekklesia, which means a called-out assembly or congregation.

    In other words, the church is not a building or a denomination, but a body of believers, a group of people who believe in God and who are headed in the same direction. The Bible also tells us in Acts 2 that the church was added to daily, as the disciples went from house to house breaking bread and fellowshipping.

    That’s why we strive to be a “church without walls.” Although we are a large group of people and we do hold a Sunday morning worship gathering, we are more so a conglomerate of many small groups, which are held in our members’ homes throughout Anne Arundel County. We place significant emphasis on our small groups, which are designed to be a godly community where we can encourage each other and grow in our journey of spiritual growth and pursuit of God.

    For more information, we encourage you to browse our website, and reach out with questions.

    Please know that we are praying for you and we would love for you to join us in worship, a Bible Study, or a small group soon. An encounter with God can be life-changing, and when you become a part of a church family or small group, you are never alone in your pursuit of Him!

    Pastor Joel Wright and Sis Kate Wright

  • Lifestyle Of Pure Motives | Motives | Part Three

    Contains 26 Component(s)

    In part three of the Motives series the focus will be on pure motives, the lifestyle of pure motives. We will examine our motives from God's perspective. To live a life of pure motives there are things that God needs to do in our lives to bring us to the place of pure motives.

    In Part Three of this Four Part series we will examine the following subjects:

    1. Living the life of pure motives

    2. Paul's description of a delivered life - Part One

    3. Paul's description of a delivered life - Part Two

    4. Paul's description of a delivered life - Part Three

    5. Paul's description of an undelivered life

    6. Jesus as the deliverer

    7. The Second work of the cross

    8. Bearing your cross daily with Christ

    9. Paul being submitted to being crucified with Christ

    10. Paul travailing in birth again

    11. The two-edged sword of the cross

    12. The cross as part of our identity with Christ

    13. The motive of Christ

    Chester M. Wright

    Bishop

    Antioch, The Apostolic Church

    Antioch, the Apostolic Church located in Arnold, Maryland. Antioch was founded in 1970 and currently has three congregations. Through over 40 years of ministry, Bishop Wright has served as District Sunday School Secretary, District Sunday School Director, District Home Missions Director, Regional Home Missions Director, Sectional Presbyter, Co-Chairman of Global Conquest and Global Vision, District Revival Coordinator, and Chairman of Focus-DC. He is currently serving as MD/DC District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International.

  • Lifestyle Of Shame | Motives | Part Two

    Contains 20 Component(s)

    In part two of the Motives series the focus will be on shame, the lifestyle of shame, and how shame affects our motives. This is a critical subject and will prove to be a life changing experience.


    In Part Two of this Four Part series we will examine the following subjects:

    1. Paul's personal lifestyle of shame

    2. Shame directly affects our motives

    3. The beatitudes 

    4. Poverty of spirit = True Biblical humility

    5. Seeing ourselves through God's eyes

    6. We must see our glory and our weakness

    7. Seeing ourselves from God's perspective

    8. Poverty in spirit makes us rich in God

    9. True spiritual service

    10. Being healed from shame

    Chester M. Wright

    Bishop

    Antioch, The Apostolic Church

    Antioch, the Apostolic Church located in Arnold, Maryland. Antioch was founded in 1970 and currently has three congregations. Through over 40 years of ministry, Bishop Wright has served as District Sunday School Secretary, District Sunday School Director, District Home Missions Director, Regional Home Missions Director, Sectional Presbyter, Co-Chairman of Global Conquest and Global Vision, District Revival Coordinator, and Chairman of Focus-DC. He is currently serving as MD/DC District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International.

  • Our Motives From God's Perspective | Motives | Part One

    Contains 20 Component(s)

    Motives are the 'why' in what we do. Our motives for what we ask for from the Lord and what we want Him to do for us have always been a major concern to the Lord. What we ask for from Him and what we want Him to do for or through us are always first qualified by the Lord with the question, 'Why?'.

    If our purpose is to gain man's approval instead of pleasing God, then we are taking His Glory.

    "I am the LORD: that is my name: and my glory will I not give to another, neither my praise to graven images." (Isaiah 42:8)

    Too many people who claim to be His saints/disciples do what they do to impress people with their 'Spirituality."

    In Part One of this Four Part series we will examine the following subjects:

    1. Introduction

    2. Who's glory are we seeking?

    3. Our daily motive check

    4. Paul's attitude toward his ministry

    5. Hypocrisy 

    6. The Lord will not share His glory

    7. Blessed are the pure in heart

    8. The role of motive in how God uses us

    9. Glorifying God and not yourself is the key to the miraculous 

    10. Why do we do what we do?

    Chester M. Wright

    Bishop

    Antioch, The Apostolic Church

    Antioch, the Apostolic Church located in Arnold, Maryland. Antioch was founded in 1970 and currently has three congregations. Through over 40 years of ministry, Bishop Wright has served as District Sunday School Secretary, District Sunday School Director, District Home Missions Director, Regional Home Missions Director, Sectional Presbyter, Co-Chairman of Global Conquest and Global Vision, District Revival Coordinator, and Chairman of Focus-DC. He is currently serving as MD/DC District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International.