Antioch Network is an international fellowship of apostolically gifted leaders shaped by a calling to “Prepare the Way for the King”. This ministry model is rooted in the New Testament model known as “apostolic teams”, and its flexibility allows for a wide range of Kingdom initiatives. It is our privilege and calling to cultivate an environment where those with apostolic gifting can: 1) Be recognized and affirmed, 2) Grow and be empowered in their calling, 3) Be released to fulfill the specific purpose to which God has called them.
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God has been at work among His people throughout history and continues so today. Thus Antioch Network seeks to reflect a faith and practice that not only spans the centuries, but is also informed by the diverse expressions of Christ’s Church. With vigilance and eagerness we strive to “Prepare the Way for the King”, when every nation and people will proclaim “Blessed is He who comes in the Name of the Lord.”
God has enabled the Wittenberg 2017 leadership team to prepare well for the upcoming anniversary. There are several significant dates coming up, that you should know about.
1. June 14-18 We will gather in Wittenberg for the first time. The location will be the Leucorea, a meeting facility housed in the very building that was the university that Martin Luther taught in immediately prior to the Reformation! The meeting will build on the wonderful work that God did in Rome, and also will be the kickoff for The 500 Days.
2. June 18, 2016 – October 31, 2017 The 500 Days will be focused on encouraging Christians in Europe, the US and around the world to prepare for the anniversary through prayer, fasting, study, art, local acts of reconciliation, and the like. Resources being prepared for The 500 Days include many provided by the A2J community, including the Church Divisions course that Danny has revised specifically for this purpose. A GoFundMe campaign is planned for May, which if successful should enable a social media campaign throughout The 500 Days.
3. November 1 – 5, 2017 The big meeting in Wittenberg! Planning is still being finalized, but we are hoping to do both a conference and a prayer room in parallel, with room for 500+ to participate.
The Leucorea – formerly the University of Wittenberg where Martin Luther taught & developed the 95 Theses
Sneak peek at the new Wittenberg 2017 US website, which is being developed in collaboration with A2J and Antioch Network
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