Serving and reigning: determining our future

To reign also means to take control over our own life, our own person, and our own future. Jesus Himself provides the necessary strength and wisdom. Here is the fourth and last video from the New Year’s Day service with the Chief Apostle. More


They risked their own lives

He lost everything and found refuge with brothers and sisters in faith: Ernst Kaufmann, who was of Jewish descent, survived because people in his New Apostolic environment hid him from the Gestapo. Here is a short biography of him to mark the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, which is observed annually on 27 January. More


When peace and quiet settle on the congregation

When the congregation gathers for divine service after a stressful week and prays, people’s hearts are flooded with peace. They feel the love of God, His grace, and confidence. Since 2020 this is also possible online. More


“The fire must be kept burning”

People celebrate Christmas and Easter. Is there more behind it than tradition? People are aware of the problems and know how to solve them. So who really needs a Saviour? However, there is only one path that leads to lasting happiness and peace. More


The crown as an exclusive symbol of power?

Two striking slogans, “Christ, our future!” and “Together in Christ”, are followed by a somewhat more ambitious motto this year: “Serving and reigning with Christ”. The motto is worth examining more closely, as are the corresponding logos. More


Development and teaching in the New Apostolic Church

School is not the only place where one can learn something. One can also do so in church. Tomorrow, 24 January is the International Day of Education. Here are a few examples how the New Apostolic Church is involved in teaching its members. More


Serving and reigning: ruling over sin

Reigning. This is the second part of our 2023 motto. But it has nothing to do with exercising power over others, but with controlling our own thoughts and actions. Here is the third of four video clips from the New Year’s Day service. More


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