Saturday, April 9, 2016 from 7:00 AM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
3911 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90037
In our deeply divided world, perhaps the greatest miracle is love. Sadly, by 1916, the original Azusa Street Revival had officially ended. Segregation once again fractured the fragile unity of the Church, dividing God’s children along the very same color lines previously and gloriously erased by the Holy Spirit. Even so, the flames of Azusa led to various renewal movements that spread like wildfire across the U.S. and abroad. Over the last 110 years, these movements have helped to produce more salvations than the previous 19 centuries combined! If the kingdom has expanded in spite of our division, how much more could it achieve in unity?
Azusa Now is built on the great hope that this can happen again. In 1913, both William Seymour and Maria Woodworth-Etter separately proclaimed that in 100 years, the Holy Spirit would be poured out again, even stronger this time. History attests this pattern. Martin Luther’s Reformation was prophesied 100 years prior by the martyr Jan Huss. God loves to “proclaim that which is not as though it were” (Rom. 4:7). We are contending in faith for the 100-Year Promise.
We need a true jubilee of love and mercy to sweep our land. A dark question looms over our children’s future: riots or revival? The only answer is to be found in Christ. Prayer, love and unity remain the Acts 2 template for breakthrough. On April 9, 2016, join a great multi-ethnic, multi-denominational, multi-generational assembly as we strike a match for awakening in our day. It’s not just Azusa then. It’s Azusa Now.