Nothing is possible without hope

What would a person be without hope? That is why it is of such crucial importance to know what to hope for! Straight from the Chief Apostle: “The Holy Spirit nourishes our hope in eternal life. We wait for the return of the Lord and hold fast to this hope in trust and love.” More

The sacraments (1): Signs of the love of God

There are moments in our life of faith when heaven and earth practically touch. And these moments are so important that they have a name all to themselves: sacraments. What are these? Where do they originate? What do they accomplish? — Introducing a brand new series. More

Earn nothing and receive everything

What do you mean: “God is righteous”? When things go so well for some and so terribly for others? Where some are elected and others are not? How does it all fit together? The answer is: “there is grace for all”. More

Craftsmanship for the table of the Lord

Retired Shepherd Christoph Müller has a very special perspective on the celebration of Holy Communion. This is because many of the chalices containing the wafers originate from the workshop of the master metalworker. More

Christ makes free (2) — the example of Jesus

Jesus desires to liberate mankind, not only in the far distant future, but already now, already here and today. How will He do this? By serving as our example! Featured here is the second part of the opening service on the annual motto for 2020. More

Opening divine services of the New Year

Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider kicked off the year 2020 with a divine service in Neuchâtel, the French-speaking capital of the Swiss canton of Neuenburg. His core message: “Christ makes free!” More

What we can learn from John the Baptist

John the Baptist prepared the way for the arrival of the Messiah—today the congregation prepares the way for the return of Christ—two core statements from the Fellbach sermon conducted by the Chief Apostle. And he also went on to explain how it all works. More

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