One of Jesus’ biggest concerns is the unity of those who believe in and follow Him. He makes this very clear in His intercessory prayer in John 17.
For many, unity is synonymous with uniformity: no differences, everyone is the same. In an ideal world, we ourselves are the measure of all things, and everyone else corresponds to our own ideal. This is not what Jesus wanted, on no account. Continue reading
Even today the Apostles, in fact, all of us, are sent by God to proclaim the gospel. The gospel is there for all people, because all suffer from sin.
When Jesus read from the Torah in the synagogue in his hometown of Nazareth, he read Isaiah 61: 1–2: “The Spirit of the Lord God is upon Me, because the Lord has anointed Me to preach good tidings to the poor; Continue reading
When Jesus entered Jerusalem, He had just brought the dead Lazarus back to life and thus aroused many hopes among the people. When the people noticed that He was not about to fulfil these hopes, they dropped Him like a hot potato. Continue reading
Our earthly life is not always easy. We all have our difficulties and problems so that it is not possible to sing a cheerful alleluia every day. Yet God wants to give us deep and lasting joy in every divine service. Continue reading
“My heart is a bit sad, because I together with the other Apostles unable to visit you according to divine service program to Brunei and Malaysia, but my heart is filled with gratitude and thankfulness because our brothers and sisters in Palangka Raya accepted us to serve you and our brothers and sisters from Brunei and Malaysia.” It was with these words that the District Apostle opened a live streaming divine service for our brethren in Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Myanmar, and Thailand. Continue reading
Divine services with the Chief Apostle, reports from various congregations, and a Bible story for children… community, the magazine of the New Apostolic Church, is published quarterly. On nac.today it is featured as a digital edition, and many countries print the magazine. Continue reading
“Together in Christ” is the motto of the New Apostolic Church for 2022. The Chief Apostle takes a closer look at four levels of togetherness. The New Year’s address in video form and for reading.
The Christmas Day service explores the significance of the birth of Jesus. Jesus is the Prince of Peace and Redeemer announced by the prophet Isaiah, who came into this world to bring peace to mankind. At the same time, we are called upon to live in accordance with the example of Jesus and thereby work in His peace.