People are different. And that prevents unity? Nothing of the sort! On the contrary, it is precisely these differences that make an efficient team. This is a new perspective opened up by Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider during the 2018 Pentecost service.
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The District Apostles from all over the world gathered in Washington DC for their first annual meeting. Their wives visited a charity organization, also the Bible Museum and engaged in a discussion on the early church.
After intensive deliberations during 2 days they made a short sightseeing tour visiting Arlington cemetery, the Lincoln Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. An exhibition on various NAC programs rounded the program up. Continue reading
During his last visit to Japan the DA Hebeisen introduced the DAH Peter Schulte from Australia as his successor and next District Apostle. “It was in November 1976 I arrived in Japan for the first time and much has happened in these almost 42 years. One thing is for sure: ‘God always was with us” The DA elaborated in his last Divine Service in Japan. Continue reading
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.
The events between Palm Sunday and Easter are full of suspense: a man is betrayed, scorned, accused, arrested, and killed. Jesus goes through hell and reaches heaven. A timeline from the Gospel of Mark.
It all begins on Palm Sunday, the Sunday before Easter. People are standing at the side of the road cheering Jesus Christ as He rides into Jerusalem on a donkey. It is a moving sight. Solemn. Festive. Loud. This is something people do not see every day. They acclaim their king, throw Him kisses, stretch their arms out to Him, and are full of good thoughts for Him. He is considered a miracle worker, a good preacher. He is one of them, a man of authority. Jesus lets them be. He knows that His hour has come. He spends the night with His friends in Bethany. He wants to rest. Bethany is a place where He finds peace and quiet before the storm. Continue reading