LAN is the apostolic arm of Bethel to provide counsel, relationship and covering for other pastors and ministry leaders. LAN stands for Lifenet Apostolic Network, and puts on several types of events regularly for the equipping and encouragement of regional leaders and their churches. Most events are hosted by Bethel Christian Fellowship, but sometimes are held at other member churches in the area.
The Kingdom Advance Gathering brings many churches under one banner for unity and regional healing. Together we listen for prophetic strategy for our region, release apostolic vision and declarations, and create a new sound to usher us forward. Go to lifenetapostolicnetwork.com to learn when these gatherings happen.
Lifenet Apostolic Network brings in a variety of special speakers for regional conference events throughout the year. LAN conference speakers have included Dr. John Tetsola, founder of Reformers Ministries International, Alistair Petrie of Partnership Ministries, Bill Sudduth, with the International Society of Deliverance Ministers, and Bob Weiner. Conferences are open to the public, and are usually free of charge.
Monthly leadership luncheons are invitation-only events for regional pastors and ministry leaders, where even more speakers are featured, like Mikel French, Tom Dilena, Chuck & Helen Todd, and Bethel’s own Ryan Internicola.
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LAN is a network of leaders strongly committed to one another and to the establishment of the Kingdom of God throughout the earth.
The mission of LAN is to expand and equip the Body of Christ through experience, capabilities and gifting of those that are part of the network. While we function to fulfill our mission in many ways , we recognize the following distinctive in our calling:
- To network churches and ministries with the purpose of extending the influence of the Kingdom of God into every sphere of culture.
- To raise up, equip, and ordain leaders.
- To counsel and assist those who desire to move into an apostolic paradigm as outlined in Ephesians 4:11.
- To take the Gospel to the ends of the earth by partnering in those activities that extend the influence of the Kingdom of God.