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Small streams make big rivers

Tomorrow, as every year on August 19th, is World Humanitarian Day (WHD). The First World gives money and food to feed the Third World. That’s how many people see it. What a dreadful perspective!


one day ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 4 comments - last comment 12 hours ago | 9 members like it

At home worldwide: a photo safari

For the District Apostles around the world, this slogan says it all. For many weeks out of a year, they live out of a suitcase in order to be close to those entrusted to their care. Join us on a photo safari around the world.


one day ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 4 comments - last comment one hour ago | 7 members like it

Doing good and doing it right

We know what we are supposed to do: to be kind and do good things. And we are also clear on who is to benefit: our neighbour. But why? Crucial for a good result is our motivation. Five good and five not so good reasons from a divine service by the Chief Apostle.


2 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 2 comments - last comment 6 hours ago | 10 members like it

Ingenious ideas: the Church on the air

Heads are spinning over a pile of antique Bibles and modern textbooks: how can an open and active Christian community make itself heard? Answers to this question are broadcast regularly.


3 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 4 members like it

Spotlight 14/2018: Remaining faithful even in difficult times

What can we do when things become difficult? Bury our head in the sand? Give up? Or even break with God? District Apostle Jürg Zbinden from Switzerland advises us to hold on to our faith no matter what.


4 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 7 members like it

Journey to the land of the Pensive Christ

Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider’s 29th trip abroad this year will take him to north-eastern Europe. This coming weekend, more than 3,000 brothers and sisters in Lithuania and Latvia are looking forward to his visit.


5 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 6 comments - last comment 4 days ago | 16 members like it

Message on International Youth Day

The United Nations’ International Youth Day is observed annually on 12 August. We asked Paxton Fielies from Cape Town for a short message this year. Here it is. Thanks, Paxton!


7 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 1 comment - last comment 5 days ago | 24 members like it

The greatest event under heaven

In recent days, small and big premières determined the life in various congregations as well as the work of charities and Church administrations.


8 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 17 members like it

A Church in a state of flux (Part 2)

From the village into the city—and then? The rural exodus is real challenge for the New Apostolic Church—especially in the country with the largest membership. Join us for part two on congregational life in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.


9 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 1 comment - last comment 9 days ago | 20 members like it

A Church in a state of flux (Part 1)

It is a country of superlatives—also for the New Apostolic Church. It is also a country of striking contrasts between rural and urban Africa: the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Here are some insights from a District Apostle whose best bet is often a motorbike.


10 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 4 comments - last comment 5 days ago | 15 members like it

Peace offerings: human, divine, perfect

Everyone wants peace—but which peace, exactly? The peace Jesus left mankind or the peace which He gave mankind? Here is what we need to do so that the tender shoots can grow and bear fruit: care instructions from a divine service.


11 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 62 comments - last comment one day ago | 21 members like it

Don’t forget heaven!

The transfiguration of the Lord is a revelatory event in the beginnings of the church. It leads Christians into a supernatural dimension and wants to tell them: there are goals worth striving for even outside of your daily lives. Don’t just seek to reach your earthly goals; remember heaven.


12 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 114 comments - last comment 3 days ago | 27 members like it

“It comes down to our willingness.”

Only if we ourselves forgive can we receive grace. Really? But what if you really are not able to forgive a terrible deed that has been done to you? This video excerpt provides an answer from a divine service by the Chief Apostle.


14 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 15 comments - last comment 9 days ago | 30 members like it

There is no such thing as too small

A good deed is never too small. “Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me.” Small examples from the big wide world.


2 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 19 members like it

The Chief Apostle in the land of Mount Kilimanjaro

Mwanza and Dar es Salaam are the cities that are on the Chief Apostle’s divine service agenda on the second weekend of August. It will be his second visit to Tanzania, and there is a lot of excitement in the congregations.


2 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 90 comments - last comment 7 days ago | 20 members like it

Holding on to our hope

God gave three promises to believers. The reality that presents itself to us, however, looks a little different. Here is a look at what our hope is based on and how not to lose it. Explanations from a divine service by the Chief Apostle.


2 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 7 comments - last comment 12 days ago | 20 members like it

A vibrant congregation: Bielefeld turns 150!

It is one of the oldest congregations within the New Apostolic Church. Barely five years after the international Church celebrated its 150th anniversary, this honour now also goes to two congregations in Bielefeld (Germany): Bielefeld and Quelle.


2 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 1 comment - last comment 5 days ago | 21 members like it

Christians by profession

What are you by profession? A question that is posed quite often. Competence and expertise are called for here. But how is it in our faith? Do we not also need a certain kind of aptitude in order to be perceived as Christians?


2 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 159 comments - last comment 5 days ago | 26 members like it

Papua-New Guinea — Sharing is their strength

Papua-New Guinea is always good for a new experience, be it a shoe-sharing scheme during a children’s weekend, farming for a Chief Apostle service, or just recently, an anniversary celebration in the pouring rain—stories of community and cohesion.


3 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 6 comments - last comment 2 weeks ago | 17 members like it

How to be serious about loving your enemy

Loving your enemy? Impossible! Or is it? And who really has enemies anymore anyway? Everyone does! The Chief Apostle makes this clear—and demonstrates how it is possible to love one’s enemies. A divine service with more than one “Aha” moment.


3 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 95 comments - last comment one hour ago | 34 members like it

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