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To engage, encourage, and equip the church worldwide, sharing the depth and transforming power of the Gospel as it permeates all spheres of life. Since 1956, the communications ministry of Christianity Today International has been committed to this mission.

Antioch city is a meeting place for Christians. At Antioch, we desire to see different denominations of Christians; from all walks of life with varied experiences and aspirations, coming together to share their walk with each other and with pre-believers alike.

As a Christ-centered, for-profit corporation, we will create value for our customers, employees and shareholders by:

  • Bringing glory to God in all that we do;
  • Equipping people to grow in their faith and the practical application of it in their lives;
  • Enhancing fellowship, communication and relationship-building within the Christian community; and

Encouraging and enabling personal involvement in the care of those who are spiritually, emotionally, physically or financially poor.


An online ministry that provides Christian resources to people worldwide.  We are committed to spreading the good news of Jesus Christ and providing information to help fellow believers grow in their faith. Key focus is to enable people to understand the joy and freedom that comes from a personal relationship with the living Jesus, using a variety of resources from many different people and organizations.


To honor and glorify the Lord Jesus Christ; to proclaim God’s Word and good news of salvation through faith in Christ alone; to edify and encourage believers in their Christian life.

e-Sword is a fast and effective way to study the Bible.e-Sword is feature rich and user friendly with more capabilities than you would expect in a free software package. The fact that e-Sword is free is just one of the blessings and does not speak of the quality of the software. I make my living writing software and I believe I have put forth my best effort in this endeavor. The real work, however, was put in by the godly men and women who devoted countless years creating the texts that have been made available for our benefit.

The newly renamed Internet Christian Library (ICLnet) has grown upon the foundation laid by The Institute for Christian Leadership (ICL), which provided its resources to Christian higher education institutions from 1983 through 1995. Those services included publishing the Faculty Dialogue and sponsoring a host of writing seminars and workshops for faculty which addressed critical issues facing Christian higher education.