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The Anglican Church in North America is co-hosting the first-ever joint conference with the North American Lutheran Church focusing on discipleship and partnering at the grassroots level.

The ecumenical consultation between the Anglican Church in North America and the North American Lutheran Church began on March 27, 2012 at Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge, PA, and continues to meet semi-annually. Trinity School for Ministry has been well-known as a seminary in the Anglican tradition and more recently has also partnered with the North American Lutheran Church. According to the consultation, “the goal of these meetings has been, from the start, finding ways that the two bodies could cooperate in critically important areas of common concern in our modern context in North America,” specifically at the grassroots, congregational level.

To aid in these efforts, the consultation conceived the idea to bring congregational leaders – lay and clergy – together for a conference and fellowship between the two Churches.

DiscipleLife 2020 will bring this vision to fruition February 13-15, 2020 at the Sheraton Orlando North hotel. Speakers include Archbishop Foley Beach, Bishop Dan Selbo (NALC), Bishop Todd Hunter, and many more.

Please consider joining us for this unique opportunity to join in Gospel mission with our fellow Christ followers.

Book your room by January 13 to secure special conference rates.

Register and learn more here.

Prayer for Discipleship Life 2020

Our loving Heavenly Father, we give you thanks through Jesus Christ our Lord. Through him You have reconciled the world to Yourself and called us to make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit; and to teach everything he commanded us. We pray for the Disciple Life Conference in February in Orlando, where Anglican and Lutheran Christians will meet together. We pray that You would renew and equip us for the ministry of making disciples. Pour out Your Holy Spirit upon our churches. Empower us to make disciples. Enable us to share the love of Christ with all people. Raise up laborers/labourers for the harvest as we pray, learn, and worship together. In all things may we work as one to bring glory to Your Name so that the world may come to acknowledge Your Son as Lord and Savior. “Now to him whose power, working in us, can do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine: Glory to him from generation to generation in the Church, and in Christ Jesus for ever and ever. Amen.


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