Flashback (2): On fire for Jesus Christ

The power of the Holy Spirit is like a fire. This is what District Apostle Bernd Koberstein (Germany) made clear on Pentecost 2017: “If I am on fire then I will be able to ignite this fire in someone else. ” A look back at a powerful gesture. More

Taking an active role

The Church is alive. The Christian community is active. Taking an active role, living one’s faith, and helping to shape things … This is what characterises Christians—not just participating in divine services. More

Megacity New York: home for people from all over the world

New York City is known for its diversity. As the gate to the New World the city has welcomed immigrants from all over the world for decades. It has become the home for people of many different cultures, languages, backgrounds, and traditions. More

Black on white: our conception of ministry is unfolding

The conception of ministry of the New Apostolic Church is becoming more and more concrete. This is reflected in the publication which the ministers of the Church around the world will be receiving over the next few days. This is not a revolution, but certainly an evolution. More

“All I want is a life” – Thoughts on World Refugee Day

“There is no home without a house and a stove,” Abu says. He is a refugee and lives in a foreign country, far away from his homeland, his culture, and his family. Similar things occur around the world every day. What can Abu expect, and what will his life be like? More

Spotlight 12/2017: Adopting the right position

Keeping our feet on the ground and vanity at bay … District Apostle Rainer Storck (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany) calls on us to reconsider our personal position before giving glory to God. More

A song composed with love and light

It was not her first solo in such a large Church setting. But it was the first time that her song “Lord, have mercy on my life” touched so many hundreds of thousands. Who is this young woman with the piano song from the Pentecost transmission? More

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