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Welcome to the International Coalition of Apostles (ICA)!


ICA is currently the largest professional society of apostles known with nearly 500 apostles as active members who pay dues, attend an annual meeting, connect with each other, and provide mutual support and accountability.


Apostles are perceived by their constituencies (which can number up to scores or hundreds or even thousands of churches per apostle) as serving in the office that Jesus established at His ascension:  “And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ” (Eph. 4:11-12.)


What is an apostle?  Here is the ICA definition:  “An apostle is a Christian leader gifted, taught, and commissioned by God with the authority to establish the foundational government of the church within an assigned sphere of ministry by hearing what the Spirit is saying to the churches and by setting things in order accordingly for the extension of the kingdom of God."


The Second Apostolic Age began roughly in 2001, heralding the most radical change in the way of doing church at least since the Protestant Reformation.  This New Apostolic Reformation embraces the largest segment of non-Catholic Christianity worldwide, and the fastest growing.  Churches of the Apostolic Movement embrace the only Christian megablock growing faster than Islam.


For more information on the gifts, office, and operational role of apostles, you may click on our Prospectus or order the book Apostles Today by C. Peter Wagner at: www.arsenalbooks.com .


-  C. Peter Wagner, Presiding Apostle