Antioch Bible Church’s Mission Ministry exists to glorify God by making disciples through education, training, evaluation and providing opportunities to minister and serve cross-culturally with the Gospel of Jesus Christ – Across the Street and Around the World.
Across the Street
Antioch’s All-Church Community Service Day is in August every year. Volunteers meet, with their own tools, in the morning for landscaping work at John Muir Elementary, Kamiakin Middle School and Kirkland Heights.
Sue Liljenberg formed Healing Hearts in 1988, as a post-abortive healing ministry. The Healing Hearts study for women, "Binding up the Brokenhearted" and its counter part for men entitled, "Wounded Warrior" have been taught to thousands with outstanding results.
They say on average, 40% of people accept Jesus Christ as their Savior by the age of 12 years old. For some of you, that’s a good chunk of your neighborhood.
How would you like to go on a Short Term Mission Trip...from the comfort of your own home, for FREE?!
Holiday food baskets provide Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, as well as gifts (via gift cards) for those who may be in need of a helping hand. Donations now being accepted.
Pastor Al Veillette III has led the Kirkland Heights outreach since 1999. He addresses the spiritual and physical needs of this culturally diverse housing complex.
As part of Antioch Missions' commitment to reaching out and touching our community for Christ, we partner with Medical Teams International one day per month at Kirkland Heights.
In 1995 Freddie Cantrell began to reach out to youth in detention facilities in Washington State. We expanded in 1998 to include the County Jails of King and Snohomish County and again to Issaquah City Jail in 2002.