Essen is ready for the Chief Apostle

The New Apostolic Church in North-Rhine Westphalia (Germany) is comprised of 32 districts. One of the largest districts is Essen with its eleven congregations and 3,400 members. The Chief Apostle will be visiting them this coming weekend. More

Five church dedications in six days

On a recent trip in his working area, District Apostle Charles S. Ndandula dedicated five church buildings in six divine services—a testimony of how vibrant the congregations in Africa are. More

“My praise shall be of You in the great assembly”

The congregation you have spent the greater part of your life in is going to be closed. “That is painful!” Jean-Luc Schneider says. Not even the Chief Apostle is spared from such heartache. How does he deal with it? More

What’s love got to do with it?

“My congregation in a shoe-box” was a campaign that was started in the run-up to the 2014 International Church Convention intended to forge bonds between congregations. But what does love have to do with it? Well, at least one of the bonds forged ended up to be more permanent than initially intended. Here is the story of Jolanthe and Tobias. More

Working for the common good

Whether on a voluntary basis or full-time, many members of the New Apostolic Church around the globe are very involved in the Church. Examples from three continents: a choir on a promotional tour, teachers in an online workshop, and an Apostle who worked for the Lord untiringly. More

Raipur countdown begins

The excitement and anticipation in India is building. The Chief Apostle will be visiting Raipur this coming weekend. Everyone is excited: the Chief Apostle, the host, and especially the brothers and sisters. More

The Church cares

Doing something for the environment, comforting civil war refugees, and helping young people … The challenges that the Church faces at the global level are enormous. Following is a brief overview. More

Sharing joy and sorrow

We not only share the same goal with our sisters and brothers but we also share our joys and sorrows with them. This week too there is sad and happy news to share from around the world. More

Young people make a difference

The New Apostolic Church maintains twelve aid organisations around the world. A thirteenth project is now celebrating a birthday and has decided to adopt a new name. More

Thankful towards God and the neighbour

Envious, jealous, or even resentful? The month of October gives us an opportunity to express our gratitude for what we have—something we can certainly do throughout the rest of the year too. Following is a look at congregations around the world. More

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”. More

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. More

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. More

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? More

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. More

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. More

At odds with God—and experiencing Him nevertheless!

A deaf Priest? Is that even possible? Of course it is! Frank Jensen (50) from Wiesbaden, Germany recounts his experiences of life and faith. Today these have led him to the point where he is officially a member of not one, but three, congregations at the same time. More

And what do you need?

Taking notice of deficits, shortages, and needs, supporting our neighbour and turning to him in love—this brings edification and satisfaction. More

A home away from home

This is what the Eigenmanns, a family from the Vancouver congregation in Canada, have been offering New Apostolic students for the past twelve years. More

Out and about with the youth

Mindanao is the second largest island in the Philippines. At the recent Day of the Youth there, the District Apostle also said a special prayer for peace. Join us and explore the world of New Apostolic youth with us. More