Wednesday 16th July 2014. While Rebuilding and repair of damage caused by Typhoon Yolanda is still going on, Typhoon code named Rammasun/Glenda hit the Philippines. Affected in the activity area of NACSEARelief this time is the Bicol region. We are reaching out to our Brethren and the communities. Our Relief team is on the way to assess the situation. Sunday… Read More.
The newsletter l/2014 is off the press. An account on our activities especially also an update on Typhoon Haiyan Rebuilding. Click Here Watch out for the future dedicated website of NACSEARelief at www.nacsearelief.org
Ap. Domingo Diagbel hosted the second Divine Service for the Departed in 2014 on Sunday, 6th July. Ap. Samuel Hadiwidagdo from Indonesia and Ap. Catan joined the District Apostle who officiated. A ministers and wives meeting at Binalbagan church preceded the festivity. Friday night the District Apostle served in preparation in Bacolod. The doctrine of the beyond is one of… Read More.
To accompany the Chief Apostle in his travel is always a special treat for an Apostle. To experience and share with him the fellowship with our brethren in the Congo is unique. As reported on www.nak.org “Divine services in the Congo are always very big. It is the country with the biggest newapostolic membership on earth. DA Nadolny from Germany and our DA Hebeisen… Read More.
Sunday, 15th June 2014 our Apostle was buried by the 5 Apostles in the Philippines. The District Apostle who is still in Europe dedicated the word from 2. Corrinthians 5:7-8 “ For we walk by faith, not by sight. We are confident, yes well pleased rather to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord” “This word of the… Read More.
ICC is now past. What remains is a wonderful memory and a powerful Pentecost message engraved in our hearts. http://www.nak.org/de/glaube-kirche/pfingstrueckblicke/multimedia/2014-highlights-2014/ Our Indonesian ANKLUNG Orchestra received a standing ovation in the Munich Olympia Stadium and constantly filled the tent of NACSEAsia where an estimated 3 to 4000 visited every day. The troubadours from the Philippines caught the attention of many wherever… Read More.