Retirements in Davao

On Wednesday, 19th of September 2018

Sunday, 14th September 2018 at our Malita Church, Bishop Rodrigo Muda, enters into retirement after 33 years of serving in the ministry of which 21 years as Bishop. The Youth honoured him with presentations on Saturday night. “The Bishop was a quiet man, sometimes too quiet for me” the District Apostle elaborated “but in quietness is also power” he continued,…  Read More.

New Apostle announced

On Tuesday, 28th of August 2018

Bishop Samuel Tansahtikno, an Indonesian Citizen, just was granted residency in the Philippines. He will be the new Apostle for Luzon. At the same time also the successor of today’s National District Rector, DA Urs Hebeisen. He will be ordained into the Apostolate on 18th November 2018 in a divine service the Chief Apostle will conduct at Palacio del Maynila,…  Read More.


On Thursday, 9th of August 2018

The “Question and Answer” version of the Catechism is now available in Tagalog Language. A free copy can be requested at administration@nac-philippines.org  

Youth and Ministers meet in Ozamis

On Wednesday, 1st of August 2018

Ap. Leonilo Desoloc who is responsible for soul care in northern and western Mindanao, from Surigao to Zamboanga hosted a Youth Convention in the City of Ozamis (Misamis) and invited also the Brothers of the Ministry. Special guests were the District Apostle and his successor the District Apostle Helper, Ap. Edy Isnugroho. Also the Apostle Bual who pioneered the area…  Read More.

South Cotabato home of many indigenous people and New Apostolics

On Friday, 13th of July 2018

Ap. Nuyad started and expanded the foundation of our Church, Bh. Esser from Canada supported it for years and today’s Ap. Alfredo Pascual builds on it. Very special are always visits to our T’Boli Brethren in Lake Sebu, were our church is well established. The District Apostle came for the last time with his active mandate of the Ministry. DAH…  Read More.


On Thursday, 28th of June 2018

Missionary efforts do not bring always sustainable success. In the area of Lutopan in Cebu, some 30 years ago many members gathered in small congregations and a central church was build to accommodate all in subdistrict events. Yet the church activity lasted only a few years and the members moved away for work. After many efforts to make proper use…  Read More.