Who are we?
GAAAP is a diverse and inclusive group of Apostolic Pentecostals who are finding spiritual reconciliation and emotional healing through the unconditional love of Jesus Christ. We are on a journey to healthy, productive lives and ministries. Our family includes ministers, churches and lay people.
Why do we exist?
Our passion is to first connect people with the one true God that created them just as they are and then with each other in healthy Christian fellowship so that they can find their purpose in life and become who God intended for them to be.
What is our heritage?
The roots of our spiritual family are in the Pentecostal movement, particularly Oneness/Apostolic churches. That said, we fellowship all Bible based believers.
What are our goals?
It is our desire to build a safety net for all Christians coming out of abusive spiritual environments and see the wounds of religious violence healed. We particularly want to be a refuge for Apostolic Pentecostal ministers who are searching for restoration to a healthy, affirming ministry.
How can you benefit from our fellowship?
If you are an Apostolic Pentecostal who values your heritage but can't function properly in your traditional church, then GAAAP is for you! If you are from any other faith tradition or background, in search of fellowship and/or a deeper walk with the Lord, GAAAP wants to minister to you! If you have no faith background at all, but feel drawn to God, GAAAP wants to introduce you to Jesus! You can be the person God created you to be and build your life on the same truths upon which God built His church.
Where do we stand in relation to other Christians?
The content of our hearts, as evidenced by the history of GAAAP's founder, is to work in harmonious cooperation among Bible believing individuals and groups. We believe that each person and group can have their own identity, but be joined in heart. Our desire is to find common ground and work together on shared goals and priorities. We fully embrace and fellowship everyone as a Christian who confesses Jesus is Lord. We allow for each to maintain various opinions until we all come into the unity of the faith. We are committed to working with churches, secular groups and individuals for justice in our communities.