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Many questions and many answers

Man has a thousand questions. Not all of them can be answered. But those who inquire of God and look for His response will not be disappointed or deceived, says the Chief Apostle. Following is an excerpt from an interactive question-and-answer divine service.


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A concert after the concert

Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider visits brothers and sisters in Homabay, Kenya. On Saturday evening, 1 July 2017, a big concert takes place in the church. Hundreds of musicians delight listeners with their singing and playing. After the concert the Chief Apostles and the Apostles leave the church. The choir and orchestra remain behind and strike up one last familiar melody: “Ameni”.


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Following the example of Jesus

Faith in the sacrifice of Jesus and in His love is essential. From there it is only a small step to responding to His love by doing good works. Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider mentions seven ways we can combine our faith with works.


2 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 14 members like it

IYC 2019: In search of artists and other contributions

Preliminary ideas for large events, possible accommodations, and a welcome package have already been set. Now the search is on for artists, soloists, and good ideas.


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

From Europe to Papua New Guinea: looking beyond the horizon

Christian has been living in Lae, the second-largest city in Papua New Guinea since February 2017. Born in Graz, the Austrian is only now becoming acquainted with a completely different world. Here his report: looking beyond the horizon.


5 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 2 comments - last comment 4 days ago | 20 members like it

At home around the world: even teachers have to learn!

Nothing works without training — anyone who wants to perform well will have to practise! This even applies to teachers, for example, in Sunday School. Our news overview from around the world reports on seminars according to the “train-the-trainers” principle.


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Talitha, cumi! — Arise!

“It’s too late! It’s no use anymore!” That was the response of the people to Jesus some 2,000 years ago—just before He raised a young girl from the dead. And this dismissive response can still be heard again and again even today, said Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider.


7 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 4 comments - last comment one day ago | 25 members like it

Photography in the divine service—a service in itself

Do I snap photos of every individual flower of the altar decoration with a macro lens and ring flash two minutes before the start of the divine service? Should I hide four radio-controlled flash units in the floral arrangements to create better lighting for the altar space? – What works and what doesn’t?


8 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 15 comments - last comment 13 hours ago | 27 members like it

“I wish I had sufficient vocabulary to describe it!”

How will the future kingdom of God actually be? In response to this question, the Chief Apostle simply stated that he was at a loss for words. But it might helpful for our understanding to read what the Bible has to say on the subject.


9 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 3 comments - last comment 8 days ago | 26 members like it

A trip to the first congregation in South Africa

Many brothers and sisters—and a significant piece of history—await Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider as he travels to South Africa this week.


10 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 2 comments - last comment 4 days ago | 27 members like it

When the congregation becomes your family—New Apostolic Christians in Cambodia

Cambodia—the name reminds people of the Killing Fields, the Khmer Rouge, and war. Yet this country situated between Thailand and Vietnam is becoming increasingly popular with tourists. And rightly so: it is a wonderful nation of warm, industrious people, says Apostle John Sobottka. He knows the land and its people like no other.


12 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 4 comments - last comment 11 days ago | 21 members like it

At home around the world—even where need prevails

Perhaps it is only a drop in the ocean, but every drop counts: in collaboration with many other organisations, New Apostolic aid agencies are right in the thick of world events—for example, in Sierra Leone and Bangladesh.


13 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 6 comments - last comment 2 days ago | 15 members like it

Seventy sent out in pairs: trustworthy and unafraid

The tenth chapter of the gospel of Luke begins almost like a travel report: seventy disciples are to make their way through the villages, always in twos. Why? What are they preaching? And how? They had received a clear mandate for this—and it still applies today.


14 days ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 11 comments - last comment 7 days ago | 19 members like it

Comfort from our belief in God’s love

Our conception of the departed is one of the treasures of the New Apostolic faith. But where does it come from? What are its biblical sources? And how are we to deal with it in practice? Some notes on our doctrine…


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“Remaining in the house of the Lord” — the threefold temple

Where do you find God? Everywhere, right? After all, He is omnipresent. And where do you experience God? The place where He is at home. Following is a divine service on the three places where God dwells


2 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 2 comments - last comment 6 days ago | 26 members like it

Issue 2017/04 of community is now online

Knowing what the District Apostles are discussing, reading what new things the Chief Apostle has written on our conception of the departed, and casting a glance into the congregations around the world—all of this is possible with community.


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Farewell Chrissie! — The daily tragedy

Chrissandra is dead. The youth leader was killed in the crossfire of a gang shootout—a tragedy that is part of daily life in some parts of South Africa. What does it mean to live one’s faith while surrounded by poverty and violence? — The following provides some insight.


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Australia has a new District Apostle Helper

As of last Sunday, Peter Schulte is the number two man in the District Apostle district of Australia. Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider began by ordaining him into the Apostle ministry, and then went on to assign him as a District Apostle Helper for the enormous working area.


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Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider in Papua-New Guinea

From Melbourne (www.nak.org/en/news/news-display/article/19387/), the Chief Apostle continued onward to Papua-New Guinea. There he conducted the first divine service of this leg of the journey on Thursday near Wewak. The Thanksgiving Day divine service on 1 October will take place in Port Moresby, the capital of the country. This will bring the Church leader’s trip to the South Pacific to a close…


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Grasping the powerful hand of God in complete trust

Humble myself! What an unpalatable thought! But after all, there is likely no other alternative when it comes to God, the Almighty. Or how are we to understand this? The answer becomes crystal clear from the remarks of the Chief Apostle on the following Bible text.


3 weeks ago | nacworld Team in nacworld | 3 comments - last comment 6 days ago | 26 members like it

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