New Apostolic Church USA


Christ, our Example, teaches

Divine service theme for the month of February: "Christ, our Example, teaches"

We’ll continue our January theme of Looking to Jesus, focusing on Him as the Example who teaches us. Note how He uses various common or mundane concepts as metaphors for understanding the life of a believer.

Not everything is as it seems: the poor are rich, it’s possible to be fed and still be hungry, courage turns tears into joy, and the captive are led to freedom. As each sermon questions our preconceived notions, each also invites us into a new exploration of our relationship with God.

Allow these sermons to challenge you, and in turn, your members as we continue running the race.


For those whose congregations that are not open, an on-demand video service will be available by 10:00am eastern time every Sunday morning during the month at and the NAC USA YouTube channel.

February 7 - Our Example teaches: Be poor! - Apostle Buehner

February 14 - Our Example teaches: Be hungry! - Apostle Fendt

February 17* - Our Example teaches: Reflect - District Apostle Kolb - Start of Passiontide

February 21 - Our Example teaches: Do not weep! - Apostle Ferguson

February 28 - Our Example teaches: Be Free! - Apostle Orlofski


*Midweek service for February will be on Wednesday, February 17th to start Passiontide. This service will be a live webcast with District Apostle Kolb, with worship starting at 7:15pm eastern time and the opening hymn starting at 7:30pm eastern time. For those unable to connect to this service live, it will be available on-demand immediately following the service.   



Graphic Packages

To further promote our monthly sermon themes, graphic packages will now be made available for A/V teams on Music Companion under the Resources menu – DIVINE SERVICE GUIDE SUMMARY AND MONTHLY GRAPHICS. Each month will have a zip file with a slide that corresponds to the monthly banner on, as well as several background slides for Bible verses and song lyrics.

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