▶ Crusade Date : April 28-29, 2006
▶ Crusade Name : 28 (Fri) - Asia Emphasis Night
29 (Sat) - Azusa Street Centennial Assembly "Together Again 2006"
▶ Name of Venue : 28 (Fri) - L.A. Convention Center
29 (Sat) - Sports Arena at the L.A. Coliseum
▶ Host Organization : Azusa Street Centennial Ministry Team
▶ Administrative Organization : Azusa Street Centennial Committee
David Cho Evangelistic Mission (DCEM)
▶ Church Attendance : 28 (Fri) -15,000 / 29 (Sat) -35,000
▶ Note :
Thousands Pentecostals from 103 countries joined Azusa Street Centennial|
Official opening of the Centennial started on April 25. All the nations came
together in L.A. under the title of 'Together Again 2006' not just to celebrate
but to ask God for another outpouring of the Holy Spirit.
▶ Dr. Cho´s Schedule :
April 24 (Mon) - 30th Anniversary of Bethesda Christian University|
April 26 (Wed) - Full Gospel North American Council Revival Service
April 27 (Thu) - Full Gospel North American Council Breakfast Prayer Meeting
April 28 (Fri) - Asia Emphasis Night
April 29 (Sat) - Azusa Street Centennial Assembly
Dr. Cho was invited to be one of the many speakers at the centennial. He was the main speaker for the international revival series emphasizing Asia. The meeting was held at the L.A. Convention Center on Friday evening, April 28. On Saturday, April 29, Dr. Cho was one of the speakers for the Azusa Street Centennial Assembly held at the Sports Arena. He emphasized that revival will come upon the churches of the world when we walk with Holy Spirit.
On April 29, the final day of the centennial, Dr. Cho broght a message, "Today's Harvest: Our Greatest Challenge." He emphasized, "We are living in the era of a great harvest. Every Christian should go out and reap a harvest."
There were six major themes during the Centennial Assembly: hunger, holiness, Holy Spirit, healing, harvest, and harmony. Besides Dr. Cho, other featured speakers included: Fredrick Price (Crenshaw Christian Center); Charles Blake (West Angeles Church); and Jim Reeve (Faith Community Church).
The centennial had a wide array of worship leaders, such as Ron Kenoly, Darlene Zchesch, and Scott Brenner. Each brought their own style of worship, engaging their audience to dedicate themselves to the Lord.
On Asia night, April 28, Christians gathered at the Convention Center from Korea, the Philippines, China, Japan, and Indonesia. They prayed for revival in Asia.