We all realize that Apostolic Pentecostals live, look, and act differently than the rest of our society and it can be very intimidating for some of us to witness and reach those who are not like us. But in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this planet. We all have a creator. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children’s future. We all need a savior. And we are all mortal.
Three out of four people on earth live in a city. The human story begins in a garden and ends in a city.
According to a recent census, there are 19,519 cities and 16,300 towns in the United States. The Apostolic movement does not have a church in all these locations.
Every city has a personality, trademark, or reputation.
Moses took Akhetaten in the process of devastating all of Egypt.
Joshua took Jericho.
David took Jebus.
Jesus Christ had all of Jerusalem asking, “Who is this?”
Paul stirred up all of Ephesus and caused a riot.
Azusa Street convicted Los Angeles and spread around the world.
Have we taken our city, spiritually?