Are you looking for prayer? We offer three ways to reach out:
If you are able to make it out to our headquarters in Mechanicbsurg, Pennsylvania, USA, you can join in on Miracle Mondays or schedule an inner healing appointment with ConnectUp. If you can't make it out in-person, you can submit a prayer request to our intercession team using the online prayer request form.
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Members are asked, but are not required, to attend at least one Global Awakening event or trip each year. If the senior pastor or senior leader cannot attend, a representative from the church or ministry could take their place and take back a report of what they saw and experienced.
Try to have one Global Associate visit your church within the first year of membership (expenses and honorarium would be covered by the host church or ministry).
Members should submit a yearly administration fee by January 31 each year of membership.
Members are also required to participate in financially supporting ANGA at some level. This can be done as an annual or monthly donation.
We do not ask for a percentage as some networks do, but leave this decision up to the member’s discretion. There is no specific amount expected, but we ask each member to pray and determine the contribution they can make.
Members must conduct their personal life, family, finances, and ministry in agreement with the principles and moral standards of Scripture. They should hold an exemplary reputation and testimony with those outside of the body of Christ. If there is evidence of questionable testimony (an ungodly lifestyle, sexual misconduct, financial misappropriation, or constant divisive behavior) the member must submit to a process of discipline/restoration in relationship with the Apostolic Network of Global Awakening. If members will not comply with the discipline process, affiliations may be withdrawn at any time.
The unity of the Network lies primarily on agreement regarding the following values: salvation is by grace through faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus; evangelizing the lost, especially by planting and strengthening churches; ministering to the poor, especially the orphans and widows; avoiding hypocrisy, pride, and paternalistic attitudes in our ministry to others; and we are to love the whole body of Christ. In this day we cannot inflict wounds upon the body of Christ, but rather we must encourage one another. We must shift the conflict from the internal denominational differences in order to conserve our strength and present a united in the Spirit perspective of Christianity to the Hindu, Buddhist, Islamic, New Age, Shintoist, and Secular Humanist religions, which stand against the claims of our Lord Jesus the Christ.
Our statement of faith is not a litmus test that must be passed in order to be a part of the Network but a basis for understanding the views of the founder of the Network, Randy Clark. The fullness of our gospel includes forgiveness, healing, deliverance, and the second coming of our Lord to consummate His Kingdom upon this earth. We exist to work together with leaders around the world who are planting churches and ministering to the needy in the power of the Holy Spirit.