“When Pentecostal lines are struck, Pentecostal giving commences. Hundreds of dollars have been laid down for the sending of missionaries and thousands will be laid down. No collections are taken for rent, no begging for money. No man’s silver or gold is coveted. The silver and the gold are His own to carry on his own work. He can also publish his own papers without asking for money or subscription price.”
– From the first edition of the “Apostolic Faith” newspaper reporting on the outbreak of revival at Azusa Street in Los Angeles in 1906.