Anthem Church is a Gospel-centered, Christ-exalting , Bible-believing, Christian church in Marin County, California. Our anthem is to Make Jesus Known. We do this as a people sent by Jesus, a city within a city, contending for what we believe. We seek to display the glory of God by our faithfulness to His mission, His vision and His purposes in the world.
Preparing the Way
We have a deep need to be wanted and to be relevant, but the ways we try to satisfy this want typically bring more death than life. The account of John the Baptist shows us how we can embrace our identity, position, and the work before us, and in doing so we can prepare the way for Jesus to reign in our hearts and in the lives of others.
God With Us
Jesus came to us, in the fullness and glory of God, to make God known to humanity. He dwells with us and welcomes us - will we heed the call to forgiveness and relationship?
It's Always Been Jesus
The book of John masterfully weaves old testament themes into the portrait of Jesus' ministry. In John chapter 1, the Apostle picks up these old testament themes to show us one thing: from the very beginning, it's always been Jesus.
We begin our journey through the book of John by examining its chief subject: Jesus Christ. There is a difference between knowing about Jesus and beholding Jesus; it is good and right to know about our Savior, but what does it mean for us to behold him fully?
God's Grace and Our Response
God's grace is a multifaceted characteristic. The Apostle Peter commands us to stand firm in the grace. God's grace invites and commands our obedience by reminding us who we are, what we should expect as Christians and what our responsibility is as the body of Christ.
The Hidden Life
Are we truly humble? Are we like Jesus? We have a choice before us: we can pursue to the hidden life of God, resting and waiting under his mighty hand, or we can pursue the outer life and all of the prestige the world offers. Only one leads to true life, but will we have the humility to follow Jesus and receive his rest?