The New Apostolic Reformation or NAR is a technically non denominational sect of Christianity that resembles the Pentecostal-Charismatic movement from which it emerged, in that its leaders teach that believers possess supernatural gifts, such as speaking in tongues, prophecy, faith healing, and the ability to cast out demons (exorcism). The NAR is a movement within Christianity that emphasizes the restoration of the offices of apostles and prophets to lead and govern the church. The movement emerged in the late 1990s and early 2000s and has gained significant influence and popularity among some evangelical and charismatic Christians. The movement has been associated with several prominent leaders, including C. Peter Wagner, Bill Johnson, and Lou Engle. It has also been linked to controversial practices such as "strategic-level spiritual warfare," which involves targeting and binding demonic forces in order to advance the kingdom of God. NAR is also associated with [Christian nationalism](, and the movement to establish a theocracy based on Biblical law in America. See also: [[nationalism]]