Antioch Project

The Antioch Project is a five year intentional ministry training program offered by 17:6Network for men and women who believe God is calling them to vocational ministry. The Antioch Project is a unique hands-on, character shaping, and leadership skills forming training program. It combines:

  • Classroom training
  • Personal study
  • Hands-on training in ministry
  • Mentoring/Coaching in ministry

Students of Antioch Project can earn a Master of Divinity degree, accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) through Antioch Project Immerse offered by the 17:6 Network through their partnership with Northwest Baptist Seminary in British Columbia, Canada.

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Antioch Project 

There is a lot of specific ministry training that you just cannot get from a book or a lecture, and the way Antioch Project is structured with books, discussion, case studies, and real-life ministry application, really is the full-meal-deal when it comes to moving principles into practice.


One of my favorite things about the Antioch Project is the consistent 1x1 time with AP program staff. I leave every meeting with helpful advice and tools to use in the specific situations I'm dealing with in my personal life and ministry.


Through my involvement in Antioch, I have found great motivation and encouragement in my role as a wife and mother as well as my role as a leader in the ministry at church.