L10-2 Church Multiplication Network

What is L10-2?
L10-2 is a Church Multiplication Network.
OUR VISION is to saturate the Mid-Atlantic region with a thriving network of churches in the Anglican tradition that are biblical, missional, and reproducing, thereby helping to spark a Holy Spirit-led revival in our region.
We are inspired by Luke 10:2 – “He said them, ‘The harvest is bigger than you can imagine, but there are few workers. Therefore, plead with the Lord of the harvest to send out workers for His harvest,'” (CEB).
We pray for and equip workers for God’s harvest.   We are:
†      Lifelong disciples of Jesus who train disciples to train others
†      Missional and reproducing at every level
†      Prayer-based and prayer-driven
†      Spirit-empowered leaders
†      Cultural change agents
†      Spirit-inspired risk takers
†      A learning community
†      Partners in gospel mission with our congregations
†      Partners with other Bible-believing Christians to transform our region.
What We Do: Equipping church planters is our main focus. We recruit, assess, train, resource, deploy, coach, network, oversee, and mobilize prayer for Planters. We support church planting churches and rectors with internships, residencies, training, coaching, and resources.  We also discern strategic areas to plant.
Region: The Mid-Atlantic, and our churches are currently in Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland, and northeastern North Carolina.  We are 30 established Congregations and Missions, and 10 emerging missions and new works.  Several more are in formation now. We support the planting of churches throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region.
To be an Anglican is to embrace a distinct way of being a “Mere Christian,” at the same time evangelical, apostolic, catholic, reformed, and Spirit-filled.  We hold to the Nicene and Apostles’ Creeds, and uphold the primary authority of the Holy Scriptures.  The Jerusalem Declaration sets forth the doctrinal marks of our movement within Anglicanism, called the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans, now representing over 50 million Anglicans worldwide.

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