Jefferson Hernandez

Iglesia Bíblica Campo Blanco,
Lead Church Planter
Iglesia Bíblica Campo Blanco
November 26
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About My Family

I had the fortune of marrying Carol in 2011. She is wise and beautiful. We have been blessed with three children, two girls and a boy. The girls, Julianna and Julietta, are twins. They were born August 12, 2015. Liam, our son, was born January 9, 2017. He may not be a twin, but he has the energy of triplets. We also have a pug. His name used to be Thiago, but our children changed it to Caco. As a family, we seek to glorify God in everything we do, including vacations.

About My Church Plant

We are a Hispanic family where truth and love make the difference. Our mission is to be a community of disciples who delight in reaching the lost through truth, love and service for the glory of God. We are committed to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, make disciples and plant churches that imitate the biblical model that leads to healthy multiplication.

NAMB Church Planting

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That God would give us favor with the people, businesses and community of Loudoun County.
That we would come in contact with those in our community who are far from God in order to share in gospel conversations with them.
That the broken in our community would find restoration in Jesus.
That our team will grow in unity and love, closer to Jesus as well as one another, as we journey together.
That a network of churches would rise up to expand the kingdom of God together.


We are in need of:
–Financial partners to help us sustain growth for three to five years.
–A Spanish worship team.
–Missions teams to help us maintain momentum after our launch.
Many missionaries build a team to join their ministry in prayer, participation, and provision. These friends, family and churches support missionaries beyond the tithes and offerings given within the church plant. Visit for NAMB's policy on providing for church plants.