Antioch Ministries International Fort Worth (AMI-FW) is our missions-sending arm. Its purpose is to train, send, and support missionary church planters in the United States and the nations of the earth. Currently, we have workers in south and east Asia, and the Middle East; and are preparing to send workers to Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa. We believe God is raising up a new generation of leaders to plant a new generation of churches that take this calling and culture, and multiply it, leading to more lives transformed by the Gospel.
In addition to domestic and international church-planting, Antioch Fort Worth sends church members through short and long-term impact trips throughout the year. Not all of us will move across an ocean, but all of us are called to be a part of reaching the nations through praying, giving, and going.
God is on the move, and it’s a “now” time for Europe! Impact Europe's vision is to partner with what God is currently doing in expanding his Kingdom throughout Europe. Europe has been known as a “post-Christian” continent where the church is sleeping, but we believe that’s no longer the case. This summer we will be partnering together to serve those who are suffering as a result of the crisis in Ukraine, help start a new church-planting church in London, and serve the revival that is sweeping across Scotland. So, whether you can pray, give, or go, our heart is to mobilize Antioch Fort Worth to be a part of what God is doing on the continent of Europe in 2023!
Our vision is to partner with God in expanding his Kingdom throughout Europe. We desire to mobilize Antioch Fort Worth to be a part of what God is doing on the continent of Europe by praying, giving, and going.
Adult / Family Impact Trip (partnering with Revive Scotland)
College / Young Adult Impact Trip (partnering with Acts of Mercy)
Youth Impact Trip
Engage The Nations
The primary vision for ETN is that interns will: 1) support the work of the long term team and 2) be developed as a follower of Jesus. Our hope is that interns will be equipped in the basics of making disciples – how to engage the lost, simple tools for evangelism, and helping people encounter Jesus through the Word. Day by day, Base teams will live out the book of Acts – seeking Jesus with community through prayer and worship, and then going out to share that love with those that have never heard. While there may have different platforms to create those interactions – from English clubs to sports ministry to praying for the sick- all will be aimed at finding people that are spiritually hungry who can, in turn, reach others in a way that leads to a movement.
Engage the Nations Intern Base
Antioch Fort Worth is catalyzing city transformation through the local church by meeting community needs in vulnerable and under-resourced areas. Throughout the year, we have church-wide service weekends, help put together grocery care packages in times of need, and host moms & kids play groups and clothing drives in apartment complexes that are home to many refugees and asylum seekers.
Additionally, we partner with Unbound North Texas and Rivertree Academy to serve minors and adults who are at-risk for or are victims of human trafficking, as well as under-resourced students in the Lake Como neighborhood.
Rivertree Academy is a private Christian school in Fort Worth, Texas providing community-funded education for under-resourced students, pre-kindergarten through 5th grade, in the Lake Como neighborhood. Rivertree Academy’s vision is to end the cycle of poverty in every family they serve by educating students from Como to learn well, love well, serve well, and lead well.WebsiteContact
Unbound North Texas exists to support survivors and resource our community to fight human trafficking through survivor support, professional training, and prevention and awareness. They provide 24/7 crisis response and ongoing case management, offer specialized training to equip professionals to be able to identify and respond to victims of human trafficking in their work settings, and work with schools, youth organizations, and shelters to empower youth to stay safe.
In 2020, Unbound North Texas opened Tarrant County’s first drop-in center, The Underground, for trafficked and exploited youth. Housed in One Safe Place, Fort Worth’s family justice center, the center is open 24/7 to provide basic needs and referrals for youth up through age 22.