Chosen, now what?

Called and chosen. This central concept from the gospel implies both inclusion as well as exclusion. How is that possible, seeing that God loves all of mankind? Thoughts from a divine service by the Chief Apostle. More

Welcoming the stranger

Christianity and racial discrimination are incompatible. Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider explains why in this video clip from one of his sermons. Today is International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. More

More than bread

Man does not live by bread alone. That goes without saying. But there are many people who do not even have that. And then there are those who possess so much that a piece of bread means little to them. In the Bible, bread symbolises life. More

Spotlight 05/2018: So that separation never blurs our faith

Distance, time, and fellowship are some of the factors that can influence our faithfulness to Christ. How can our love stand the test of time? Thoughts from District Apostle Michael Deppner from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. More

New Apostolic Church in Cuba finally recognised

In Cuba, the road to formal recognition for a church is long. However, the first success on the long road to recognition of the New Apostolic Church has been achieved: it has been officially constituted. More

Setting out to make a difference

Some have already reached their goals, others are still under way. People wanting to make a difference have set out to do just that. More

Professing Jesus Christ

Anyone who is convinced of their faith wants to share it with others. While the profession of faith is still the same, times have changed as has the way of calling attention to our church. A look back at the developments in Europe. More

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