A look back and more

This week we take a look at an anniversary in Australia and a campaign for a better future. There certainly are reasons to celebrate, but there are also always moments to pause and reflect and pray for others. More

Webcasts around the clock

Divine services in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Anyone who wishes to join a service can do so practically any time thanks to the many time zones. Here is this week’s overview . More

Fostering friendship on the other side of the world

A friend in need is a friend indeed. This is something our brothers and sisters in El Bolsón were able to experience first-hand. And they made more than just one new friend—it was more like 120 friends all at once. Following is a story well suited to the International Day of Friendship, which is celebrated on 30 July. More

Overcoming crises with God’s help

“Why?” is one of the most common questions. Sometimes one asks out curiosity, other times it is out of sheer despair. Here is an excerpt from a sermon on how to deal with the unexplained. More

Pastoral care (14): Emmaus, the mother of all visits

Emmaus, a small town near Jerusalem, was the scene of an interesting exchange between the Risen Jesus Christ and His disciples. And that is precisely what a really good pastoral visit should look like. More

Spotlight 12/2021: Encounters with God

A burning bush, thunder, and lightning. Encounters with God are described as terrifying events in the Bible. Yet, District Apostle Joseph Opemba Ekhuya from Kenya in East Africa looks forward to it in spite of this. More

Shanty sets course for the gospel

Expecting Christ’s return with a catchy tune: “The Wellerman” has gone Christian. Here is how the TikTok hit ended up at a Day of the Youth event. More

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