The development of the African Pentecostal Mission Consultation (APMC) was started in 2015 based on the discussion between the Chairman of the Mission Commissions of the Pentecostal World Fellowship (PWF) (Dr. Arto Hamalainen) and World Assemblies of God Fellowship (WAGF) (Rev. Mission Director Brad Walz). The mission commissions of both of these organizations were in favor to develop this kind of cooperation because many African Pentecostal churches had started or were planning to start their own mission programs. The idea was discussed also by some East and Central African Pentecostal leaders in 2015, and they felt this kind of collaboration bring both urgent and actual. The first gathering took place in Nairobi between 29th November – 4 December, 2016. About 260 leaders from 30 countries came together. The future of this kind of cooperation was discussed, and the continuation was unanimously wished.The second gathering was in Addis Ababa between 20-23 March, 2018 by the name African Pentecostal Mission Consultation. About 400 participants from 18 countries were gathered together, with 82 coming from outside Ethiopia. The participants agreed that there is a need to form an organization for the African Pentecostal Mission collaboration, and the Africa Pentecostal Mission (APM) was established.