A 19,000-kilometre detour

Areas of responsibility, language barriers, and distances … faith and fellowship are capable of breaking down all these barriers. Here are some examples—like the story about a call for help from a hospital. More

“Our Church is alive!”

From the Caribbean via Spain to the Black Sea: the working area that District Apostle (ret.) Markus Fehlbaum of Switzerland looked after for ten years took him to countries with diverse cultures and languages. How did he do it all? More

Understanding redemption, examining ourselves

What does it mean to be a Christian? In a nutshell: understanding God’s will and bringing one’s life into line with the gospel. Following are thoughts from a divine service by Chief Apostle Schneider. More

Spotlight 1/2019 Who will make you rich?

“I want to make you rich like me,” the multi-millionaire said. Accept or decline the offer? District Apostle John L. Kriel from South Africa kicks off this year’s Spotlight series. More

“My friends, family, and congregation make me rich”

Christoph Baumgärtner has been in a wheelchair all his life, yet he radiates joy and gratitude. He gave us a glimpse of his day-to-day life. More

Rich in Christ (4): sharing with others

Being rich in Christ is not end in itself. Every Christian has a mission: to share his values. How? The Chief Apostle explained this in his first divine service of the new year. And the extraordinary thing about it is that no one becomes poorer in the process. More

Water here, heating there

What does a person need for a decent life? Water, warmth, security, and work. Many big and small projects across the world demonstrate just how important material and immaterial help can be. Here is a small glimpse. More

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