What We Do
Antioch Network exists to support, release, and connect apostolically-gifted leaders. These leaders are defined by “who we are” more than “what we do” Antioch Network leaders are involved in a wide variety of works of God, such as; church planting among the nations, working with refugees and immigrants across the globe, helping rescue women and children in the red light districts of India, reconciliation ministry, and bible translation.
See a more complete list:
•Birthing, training and sending church-based teams to unreached people
•Christian education classes
•Church planting in diverse cities and languages
•Consulting services to aid the cause of the persecuted church
•Convening international conferences for Unreached Peoples
•Developing and sharing teaching and training resources
•Developing culture-specific leadership materials
•Faith-based business consulting services
•Feeding and clothing refugees
•Guidance counseling for third-culture kids
•Harp and bowl prayer for the nations
•Interdenominational reconciliation movements
•International prayer movements
•Medical care for refugees, including a state-of-the-art prosthetic arm
•Outreach and care for the vulnerable: Homeless, Drug addicts, prostitutes
•Provide low-cost, no-cost marriage counseling for workers
•Provide school materials and personnel for impoverished schools overlooked by local governments
•Radio evangelism among Unreached People Groups
•Rescuing and caring for sex slaves
•Securing grant money for the emerging church
•Evangelism and follow up through radio broadcasts and internet chat rooms
•Television station programming for seekers
•Training emerging church leaders
The ministries below reflect the diversity and breadth of the Antioch Network.
Other activities and ministries are not included because of security concerns and other issues related to the appropriateness of public attention.
A Vision of Reconciliation: As God’s spiritual Kingdom advances, often unseen, throughout the earth, and the wisdom and power of Christ increasingly transform individuals, may hostility and division among people, groups, families, Christian traditions and nations be dissolved through 1) confession of historic and current wrongs, 2) representational and personal repentance, 3) asking for and extending forgiveness and 4) walking with one another in humility, respect and love.
International Turkey Network
The calling of the International Turkey Network (ITN) is to advance the purposes of God and prepare for the spiritual awakening of Turkey. ITN endeavors to connect the resources, spiritual gifts, experience, and wisdom of the global church to the work in Turkey. These partnerships find expression in a variety of ways including prayer, encouragement, training, research, consultation, resources development, telling the story of Turkey, and facilitating activities for those called to serve there.
Apprenticeship to Jesus (A2J)
A2J is an ecumenical fellowship of Christians, who are both Protestant and Catholic, (and we pray someday also Orthodox), who are called to a Way of life with Jesus, as his friends and partners in mission to love and serve the Church and further God’s kingdom. We are united by our Rule of Life, which expresses our values and appreciation of monastic spirituality and its simple and rich rhythms of prayer, study and service. This fellowship is founded on two core pursuits: 1) The contemplative life (intimacy with God) and 2) The active life (engaging the mission of God on earth).
Ends of the Earth Network
The purpose of Ends of the Earth Network is to serve as a global catalyst in motivating and equipping the Body of Christ to work together, in order to facilitate church planting movements in strategic locations, to make the name of Jesus Christ known to the ends of the earth; that a people for His name would be raised up among every nation and all tribes and peoples and languages.
Christ the Reconciler
Christ the Reconciler is a retreat center in Central Texas, where a community of Catholics and Protestants welcome individuals, families and small groups. We are located between Elgin and Bastrop, about 30 minutes east of Austin.
The Pendik Protestant Fellowship, a branch of the Istanbul Protestant Church Foundation, aims to meet the religious needs of Christians in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Turkey and the Turkish Constitution. The Pendik Fellowship, open since 2011, provides and facilitates worship for Christians who live around the Pendik area. Our fellowship cherishes Turkey’s national and cultural values and conducts its worship services in Turkish.
This movement has come to its completion, but we want to keep it here to make accessible the rich content. The overarching vision of Wittenberg 2017 is to bring healing and light to the diversity and beauty of God’s Church. A strident spirit of individualism, division, and corruption impacts many locations around the globe, and one result is that the diversity and beauty of God’s Church and created world are often eclipsed by the ugliness of sin, separation, and suffering. At the same time, there is an increasing number of Christians in the world who seek to find common ground with others who are prepared to sit at the table of conversation in order to learn and appreciate the differences and commonalities between churches. These members of the Body of Christ yearn for the unity for which Christ prayed.
Go on the Mission
Mexico and West Africa
This movement’s mission is to partner with like-minded local Christian leaders by facilitating strategic relationships among a global network of individuals, churches, and organizations to provide resources to equip children and their families to break free of the poverty cycle via holistic and sustainable care combined with the power of the life-changing, life-giving love of Jesus Christ.
Turk to Turk on the Silk Road
The Silk Road
George and Alison Burch have pioneered church planting and Bible translation work with the Turkish people for over 50 years. Now residing in the UK, they continue to support and encourage the work that is ongoing through coaching, prayer, and calling others to carry the work in prayer.
In their website you will find a monthly prayer letter inviting you to join with them in prayer for the work happening with the Turkish people.
Join Our Fellowship
Antioch Network exists to support, release, and connect apostolically-gifted leaders in global kingdom ministry. Since 1987, we have championed pioneering new works through our distributed community of leaders, teams, ministries, and partner networks.