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Pentecost in D.C. – continue steadfastly

What is the capital of the USA? Most would say New York. New York is the largest and most famous of US cities, but not the country’s capital. It is Washington, D.C., and this is where the International District Apostle Meeting will be taking place in the upcoming week.


6 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 4 comments - last comment 5 weeks ago | 42 members like it

Veritable globetrotters

They get around a lot, the District Apostles of the New Apostolic Church. And if there is a place they cannot get to, there is somebody else who can. Some notable entries from their travel diaries.


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From deepest depths to greatest heights: the comfort of Ascension

Jesus bids farewell to His church. It is becoming clearer and clearer to them that He is about to leave them. But not for good! The comforting thing about this farewell is that there is hope for a reunion.


6 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 16 comments - last comment 6 weeks ago | 22 members like it

Jesus lives! The proof in seven points

Mary saw the gardener, the Emmaus disciples a stranger. But they recognised Him by what He said or did: Jesus lives! He is here and still active. Nothing has changed in this respect. There are witnesses of this. Who are they?


6 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 115 comments - last comment 5 weeks ago | 25 members like it

The Bible, the church, and the ministry

To replicate the early church in faithful detail in order to be completed as the church of the end-time. Such was the goal of the Catholic Apostolic Church, as well as that of the newly emerging New Apostolic Church. But is such an objective even possible?


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Spotlight 08/2018: Faithful to Christ

Faithful to Christ—there is a good reason for our perseverance. After all, there is a Rock on which not only every believer can build but also the church. Thoughts from District Apostle Leonard R. Kolb (USA).


7 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 8 comments - last comment 5 weeks ago | 21 members like it

The day that changed my life

Professing one’s faith can be a real challenge. In fact, it can even turn into a struggle for survival. This is the experience of Mankee Nag, a 27-year-old Indian woman. She gives us a candid look into her life.


7 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 8 comments - last comment 6 weeks ago | 25 members like it

Small and big celebrations around the world

The southernmost congregation and a large District Church in Africa are celebrating their anniversaries. And an aid organisation is celebrating a successful project—occasions which encourage reflection.


7 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 4 comments - last comment 6 weeks ago | 19 members like it

Soft words, great impact: the dawn of a new era

Banished from the table of the Lord, excluded from the meal of fellowship: there was still such a thing up until the mid-1980s. But then along came Chief Apostle Hans Urwyler. He retired 30 years ago, and today we take a look back at his activity.


7 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 20 comments - last comment 5 weeks ago | 46 members like it

A daily choice: what really matters

People make decisions—and often the wrong ones. It is all a question of priority. But God loves human beings, and especially those who have distanced themselves from Him. He has proved it. And how do we react?


7 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 19 comments - last comment 6 weeks ago | 18 members like it

Reinvented over time: our conception of ministry

Nothing is as constant as change: this is the insight gained from records which the District Apostle Meeting will soon be deliberating over. They will be discussing our conception of ministry of the future. Here is a look at the developments to date.


7 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 28 comments - last comment 6 weeks ago | 23 members like it

Pentecost, when people understand each other

Ascension and Pentecost are two important Christian holy days that are celebrated in May. May is both a month of contemplation and boundless joy. And the reason for this is Jesus Christ, our Lord and Redeemer.


8 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 16 comments - last comment 7 weeks ago | 31 members like it

When teachers dangle from the ceiling

Sunday School? Of course, everybody has Sunday School. But not in Africa, where about 85 per cent of New Apostolic Christians live. Since 2015, however, Sunday School has been a top priority for the Church in Africa. And how are things going?


8 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 6 comments - last comment 6 weeks ago | 26 members like it

Every goodbye is a new beginning

When one leaves another one comes. Such is life. District Apostle Urs Hebeisen from the Philippines will be retiring this year in November. This involves a number of organisational changes.


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Ninetieth anniversary celebrations in Zambia

The name of the city the Chief Apostle will visit this coming Sunday is Livingstone: the cradle of the New Apostolic Church in Zambia. It was here, ninety years ago, that the Church was established. Following is the story of a District Church with a fascinating history.


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Accepting the challenge

As a believer among unbelievers, without advance laurels, sometimes at a disadvantage, but victorious in the end … The history of Caleb in the desert is a fitting image for the deliverance of Christians, Chief Apostle Schneider says.


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Blessing instead of curse: a seer blinded

The first real prophet in the Bible? Well, actually a seer and fortune-teller. But this seer was blind to the will of God, in fact, so blind that God made an animal speak to open his eyes. This is the story about Balaam’s talking donkey.


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Spotlight 07/2018: Well equipped for our journey of faith

Being faithful to Christ involves effort. It requires planning, guidance, and endurance, District Apostle Enrique Eduardo Minio from Argentina says. Reflections on our annual motto.


2 months ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 18 comments - last comment 8 weeks ago | 18 members like it

A South African falls in love with Germany

The pipe organ in our Silvertown church in Cape Town (South Africa) has 2,600 pipes. This is where Tristan Williams plays every Sunday. But in the summer of 2016, other organists had to cover for him for three months when he went on a trip to Germany.


2 months ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 112 comments - last comment 7 weeks ago | 35 members like it

Taking one’s belief beyond church walls

There are number of ways one can live one’s beliefs. This is something that is not necessarily restricted to the official setting of the church. Here are some examples where sisters and brothers took the initiative.


2 months ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 1 comment - last comment 2 months ago | 20 members like it

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