New Apostolic Church Dallas North, TX

6601 Crestland, Ave Dallas, Texas 75252

Sunday Divine Service 10:30 AM CT Sunday School 9:15 am most Sunday Mornings Mid-Week Wednesday Divine Service 7:30 PM CT first Wednesday of the month unless noted. http://www.nac-usa.org

Mission: Our Mission is reaching out to all people in order to teach them the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to baptize them with water and the Holy Spirit. Providing soul care and cultivating a warm fellowship in which everyone shall experience the love of God and the joy of serving Him and others.

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Some more resources:
some links from Canada for Livestream services and Passion Week Concerts.

www.livestream/naccanada/cambridge

Good Friday Service will be transmitted live at 9:30 a.m CDT

There is a concert that will air at 6:00 p.m. CDT

The District Apostle Woll will have a live prayer transmission for all front-line workers or anyone that would like to connect. That will be at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening.

For anyone who does not have internet connection, the number is 1-844-777-9993 (press "1" at the prompt) you may have to try a few times to get through.

For those interested in singing in a virtual choir to be aired on a future service.... check out NACVirtualChoir.com

Wishing you all a blessed Passion Week.

New Apostolic Church USA

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April 5, 2020 English Pastoral message

A pastoral message from Apostle Karl Orofski, based on Luke 19:41-42, for Sunday, April 5, 2020.

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History in the making: the whole world comes together for Easter

nac.today When people do renovations, they are usually planning something special. And that is precisely what is happening right now in the middle of Germany. After all, Pentecost will already come on Easter this year. And the Chief Apostle will visit every interested party at home—online.

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Online divine services on all continents

nac.today Additional online offers are constantly being added: more and more countries are making central divine services available so that the members can join the celebration from home. Here is an up-to-date overview.

New Apostolic Church

In consultation with all District Apostles, Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider has decided that there will be a single divine service for the New Apostolic Church on 12 April 2020—but it will be a global service for all. In this way, the Church will reach all the believers—and bring the divine service right into their own living rooms.

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New resource for parents and families

This Sunday is Palm Sunday and signifies the beginning of Holy Week. Needless to say, this year's Holy Week will be very different than previous years. Knowing that you may be at home with your children, we wanted to provide some videos, discussion questions, and age-appropriate activities for you to use with your children in the upcoming week.

Check out this link for the 5 sessions to be used during Holy Week.

http://www.nac-usa.org/component/k2/item/2327-holy-week-story-videos-and-activities.html

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New resource for parents and families

This Sunday is Palm Sunday and signifies the beginning of Holy Week. Needless to say, this year's Holy Week will be very different than previous years. Knowing that you may be at home with your children, we wanted to provide some videos, discussion questions, and age-appropriate activities for you to use with your children in the upcoming week.

Check out this link for the 5 sessions to be used during Holy Week.

http://www.nac-usa.org/component/k2/item/2327-holy-week-story-videos-and-activities.html

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Live streaming on Sunday - 05.04.2020

Berlin-Brandenburg, Deutsch, https://bit.ly/nac_bbrb
Canada, English, https://bit.ly/nac_can
East Africa, English, https://bit.ly/nac_ea
France, Français, https://bit.ly/nac_fr
Hungary, Hungarian, https://bit.ly/nac_hu
Italy, Italiano, https://bit.ly/nac_it *
Moldova, Moldavian, https://bit.ly/nac_rom
New Zeeland, English, https://bit.ly/nac_nz
Nederland, Nederlands, https://bit.ly/nac_nl
Nord- und Ostdeutschland, Deutsch, Gebärdensprache, https://bit.ly/nac_neg
Österreich, Deutsch, https://bit.ly/nac_au
Queensland, English, https://bit.ly/nac_ql
Poland , Polski, https://bit.ly/nac_pl
Portugal, Português, https://bit.ly/nac_pt
RD Congo Sud-est, Français, https://bit.ly/nac_cse
RD Congo Ouest., Français, https://bit.ly/nac_cw
Romania, Romanian, https://bit.ly/nac_rom
Schweiz, Deutsch, https://bit.ly/nac_ch_de **
Schweiz, Français, https://bit.ly/nac_ch_fr *
Schweiz, Italiano, https://bit.ly/nac_it *
Süddeutschland, Deutsch, English, Français, Hrvatski, русский, Español, Gebärdensprache, https://bit.ly/nac_sg
South America, Español, https://bit.ly/nac_sam
South America, Português, https://bit.ly/nac_sam_pt
South Australia, English, https://bit.ly/nac_saust
South East Asia, Bahasa, English, https://bit.ly/nac-seas
Southern Africa, English, https://bit.ly/nac_sa *
Spain, Español, https://bit.ly/nac_spa
USA, English, Español, https://bit.ly/nac_usa
Westdeutschland, Deutsch, English, Gebärdensprache, https://bit.ly/nac_wg
Western Australia, English, https://bit.ly/nac_waust
Zambia, English, https://bit.ly/nac_zam

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New Apostolic Church, Austin, Texas

Divine service theme for the month of April: "Holy Week and Eastertide"
The month of April brings us into Holy Week, when we remember the bitter suffering and death of Jesus Christ.
Even as the crowds cheered His coming on Palm Sunday, He was already on His way to the cross. None of these expressions of jubilation did anything to distract Him from the difficult path that lay before Him. Rather, He quite consciously took upon Himself the battle against the evil one. His sacrifice prompts us to make every effort to partake in the kingdom of God through faith in Jesus Christ.

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Grief is sometimes hard to cope with

nac.today Passion means suffering—enduring suffering. These days, more than ever, it seems that people have a sense of what it means to suffer. Grief and sorrow and a yearning for better times has taken hold of us. Join us for a look forward.

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Toronto New Apostolic Church

Divine service theme for the month of April: "Holy Week and Eastertide"

The month of April brings us into Holy Week, when we remember the bitter suffering and death of Jesus Christ.

Even as the crowds cheered His coming on Palm Sunday, He was already on His way to the cross. None of these expressions of jubilation did anything to distract Him from the difficult path that lay before Him. Rather, He quite consciously took upon Himself the battle against the evil one. His sacrifice prompts us to make every effort to partake in the kingdom of God through faith in Jesus Christ.

On Good Friday, the focus of the sermon is on the once brought, eternally valid sacrifice of Jesus Christ. In His sufferings, Jesus Christ is more than merely a victim of injustice and malice, but instead willingly and deliberately takes suffering and death upon Himself for the salvation of the sinner.

Easter Sunday bursts through the night of death and grief. What shines forth now is the bright light of hope and the certainty of sharing in Christ’s victory over death and sin. This is the message proclaimed by the Apostles of today, as they keep alive our hope in the imminent return of the Lord.

The focus of the third Sunday in April is on our faith in the resurrection of Christ. This is the very foundation and centre of the gospel. We are called upon to have a firm faith.

The sermon on the last Sunday of April calls upon us to spread the message of the sacrificial death, resurrection, and promised return of Christ. This is a fundamental mission of apostolic activity in our day.

New Apostolic Church USA

He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust. ~Psalm 91:1-2

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How the sacrifice of Christ gives new life

nac.today Why did Jesus have to suffer and die? Well, naturally so that human beings could find their way back to God. But that is not the only significant aspect.

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Spiral up – Written by Apostle Robert Ferguson
April 1, 2020

Living through this difficult time of the coronavirus pandemic, we hear and experience a lot of negative aspects, including: hoarding that leads to empty grocery shelves; schools closed with children stuck at home; restrictions on travel and personal freedom including attending divine services; and the adverse effects of sustained isolation.

Maybe we feel like life is in a downward spiral. Maybe we fear the worst…

The evil one delights when we allow fear to grip us. He loves to see us stressed, worrying about catching the coronavirus, troubled by the financial impact of this pandemic, and being anxious about predicting when all of this will end. Sometimes, we may feel like the devil is winning…

But now is the time to remember the words of Apostle Paul:
“God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” (2 Timothy 1:7)

For such a time as this, Paul also provides a powerful reminder on how to stand against the devil and this fear-based downward spiral:

“…be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil... Stand therefore, having girded your waist with truth, having put on the breastplate of righteousness, and having shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace; above all, taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one.” (Ephesians 6: 10-11, 14-16)

Let us not cave in to fear, but rather stand firm in our faith.
When we stand firm, having put on the whole armor of God, we can stop the downward spiral, where evil begets evil (Ecclesiastes 6:1-2). Instead, we allow our love for the Lord to shine, and focus our efforts on doing good that begets good. Through love, we can initiate and support an upward movement, with the Lord at the center of everything.

Proactively look for ways to love our neighbor in very practical ways. As Jesus outlines in Matthew 25: 31-40, we can help those with very real needs. How can we do this today?
 Reach out by phone, text, or video to encourage those who are sick, quarantined, or alone.
 Go shopping for groceries and supplies for those that cannot get out.
 Assist those that have lost their job to find new opportunities.
 Seek a source of help for those who cannot pay their rent or utilities.
 Remind everyone that the Lord is with us and He will never leave us (Deuteronomy 31:6).

Such actions can change the tide and support an upward spiral. When one does it, others will follow and do the same – and more. In such a manner, we demonstrate our love for the Lord, where Jesus said,

“Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to me.” (Matthew 25:40)
We serve the Lord out of love. For out of His love for us, Jesus sacrificed His life so that we might also grow closer to Him and be prepared to enter into the kingdom of God at His return.
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NAC USA has a daily video devotional highlighting Jesus’ seven last phrases from the cross. This video devotional is available in the NAC USA mobile app and as a playlist on the church’s YouTube channel, which can be accessed directly from YouTube or from the link on the Passiontide resources page of nac-usa.org.

Starting on Saturday, April 4th, a video per day will also be featured on the church’s page and will conclude with the last video on Good Friday. Consider watching the videos, which are about one minute each, for the seven days leading up to Good Friday. You can also share or discuss them with a friend.

All Things Bright And Beautiful

Happy Birthday to everyone born this month 🎂

Jean-Luc Schneider

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As the Father loved Me …

nac.today “Jesus loves us as the Father loved Him,” Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider said in Lahore recently. In order to reciprocate this love and fulfil the mission He has entrusted us with, Jesus has given us a manual. The Chief Apostle explained what it looks like …

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In these times of distress, let us trust in God. Let us put our trust in God—He always knows how to give those who love Him that which is indispensable for their salvation!

Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider

(Photo: O. Ruetten)

New Apostolic Church USA

We have reason to rejoice about our own salvation because Jesus Christ has given it to us. We are glad because He died for us. We are glad because He established His work on earth and has made us children of God. We are glad that He has prepared a place for us with Him. We are glad that He will soon come to take us with Him. We are glad that we are co-heirs with Christ. CA Schneider

[03/31/20]   Friends - amid the chaos - don’t forget its Passion Week✝️

Passion Week – What is it?
Passion Week (also called Holy Week) takes place between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday (Resurrection Sunday). Why is it called “Passion Week”? This name represents the passion with which Jesus willingly went to the cross. He did this to pay for your sins—the sins of all of His people. To study the biblical accounts of Passion Week, read the following chapters: Matthew 21-27, Mark 11-15, Luke 19-23, and John 12-19.

Passion Week – The Main Events

Palm Sunday is also known as Passion Sunday in recognition of the beginning of Passion Week and Jesus’ final agonizing journey to His crucifixion. “The disciples went and did as Jesus had instructed them. They brought the donkey and the colt, placed their cloaks on them, and Jesus sat on them. A very large crowd spread their cloaks on the road, while others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road. The crowds that went ahead of him and those that followed shouted, ‘Hosanna to the Son of David!’ ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!’ ‘Hosanna in the highest!’” (Matthew 21:6-9). Palm Sunday serves as a preparation of one’s heart for the agony of His passion and the joy of His resurrection.

Holy Monday - Following Jesus’ arrival in Jerusalem, He spent Sunday night in Bethany, the village at the foot of Mount of Olives (Matthew 21:7). As Jesus returned on Monday to Jerusalem, He noticed a fig tree that had produced leaves ahead of season. But since the fig tree bore leaves, He expected to find figs, yet it was fruitless. Jesus cursed the tree and it withered the next day. Another event of Holy Monday is the Temple cleaning. As part of prophesy, Jesus pronounced a symbolic judgment upon the irreverence for the Lord’s house of prayer (Isaiah 56:7; Jeremiah 7:11).

Holy Tuesday – On Holy Tuesday, the conspiracies to trap Jesus escalated. Israel’s religious leaders had one goal: to get rid of Jesus of Nazareth. If this meant cooperating with a lifelong enemy, any means would be justified. So the Pharisees—who opposed Rome and its intrusion on the Jewish way of life—and the Herodians, supporters of Herod the Great, joined forces. Even the Sadducees—religious liberals who denied a resurrection, angels, or spirits—attempted to discredit Jesus. Jesus warned the crowds and disciples about the hypocrisy and unbelief of the nation’s religious leaders. Jesus pronounced seven condemnations (“Woes”) addressing the false religion that was abhorrent to God (Matthew 23:13-33).

Holy Wednesday – On Wednesday, Christians remember the day Judas Iscariot first conspired with the Sanhedrin to betray Jesus.

Maundy Thursday – On Maundy Thursday, believers remember the last meal Jesus Christ had with His disciples prior to His arrest and crucifixion. It is often called The Last Supper. First, Jesus predicts what will happen on the next day. Second, Jesus gives His followers symbols of remembrance for His body and His blood sacrificed on behalf of all mankind. ”And He took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them saying, ‘This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me’” (Luke 22:19). Third, Jesus provides a very important principle for living a Christian life: the greatest are those who serve others, not those who expect to be served (Luke 22:26).

Prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane - Then Jesus went to the garden of Gethsemane to pray as He waited for His hour to come. It was here that Jesus, having been betrayed by Judas, was arrested and taken to several sham trials before the chief priests, Pontius Pilate, and Herod (Luke 22:54–23:25).

Jesus endured six trials. Three of the trials were by Jewish leaders and three by the Romans (John 18:12-14, Mark 14:53-65, Mark 15:1-5, Luke 23:6-12, Mark 15:6-15). During this time, Jesus survived painful beating, whipping, and mocking (Mark 15:16-20). Pilate tried to compromise with the religious leaders by having Jesus beaten, but this act didn't satisfy them, so Pilate handed Jesus over to be crucified (Mark 15:6-15). Jesus was mocked by the soldiers as they dressed Him in a purple robe and a crown of thorns (John 19:1-3).

Good Friday – Jesus was crucified on Golgatha, which means the Place of the Skull (Mark 15:22) The sky turned dark for three hours (Mark 15:33). Jesus cried, "Father! Into your hands I commit my spirit!" and He died (Luke 23:46). The disciple Peter wrote in 1 Peter 1:18-19, “For you know that God paid a ransom to save you from the empty life you inherited from your ancestors. And the ransom he paid was not mere gold or silver. He paid for you with the precious lifeblood of Christ, the sinless, spotless Lamb of God.” The blood of Jesus Christ is absolutely the most precious thing God has offered us.

Holy Saturday – On Saturday of Passion week, we remember the time Jesus spent in the tomb. "So they sealed the tomb and posted guards to protect it" (Matthew 27:66). The Resurrection of Jesus ends Passion week with a victorious celebration! "...he appeared to Peter, then to the Twelve. After that, he appeared to more than five hundred of the brothers at the same time, most of whom are still living, though some have fallen asleep. Then he appeared to James, then to all the apostles, and last of all he appeared to me also...” (1 Corinthians 15:5-7).

EASTER SUNDAY - HE IS RISEN!!!!

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