Malaysia

PRIEST, BANKER AND “FLYING DUTCHMAN”

Leo Poortvliet, born 21 February 1954, growing up in Vlissingen, the Netherlands. He became Banker and with age of 30 he joined the International Division and subsequently worked world wide in risk audits. First assignment in Malaysia, then Curacao, Dutch Antilles, in the Caribbean where he stayed for 7 years. Here he was called to the work in the ministry. First a Deacon and within 6 months a Priest. Soon he helped to serve the Lord’s flock also in Suriname. Continue reading

A blessed NEW YEAR of Grace, RICH IN CHRIST

The Chief Apostle addresses the faithful world-wide with a personal New Year’s address. “Rich in Christ” is the motto for the year 2019 and the message of our Chief Apostle explores the wealth we have received through our faith in Jesus Christ. It is a wealth that we both treasure and share with our neighbour in word and deed. HAPPY NEW YEAR

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THANKSGIVING 2018

As a every year on first Sunday October, the New Apostolic Church Malaysia celebrated its Thanksgiving. In the divine services altars were decorated with the produce from the field commemorating gratitude for the daily bred we ask from God for each other in the Lord’s prayer.

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RETIREMENTS in Ipoh/Malaysia, 9th September 2018

District Elder Hans Jeyakumar, the National District Rector of Malaysia entered into retirement after 39 years of service in the ministry. Also Ev. Gabriel Kaboridass. He served for 34 years. Both Brothers were very dedicated and faithful shepherds. We thank and wish them a peaceful and happy new era of life. Likewise our appreciation go also out to their wives who were loyal supporters in all these years.

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We pray for MH17
On board MH17 were also 4 members of the New Apostolic Church according to news on the websites of NAC Netherlands and NAC North Rhine-Westphalia.

The Chief Apostle comments in a message as follows:
"The misfortune hits me very hard! We have prayed yesterday evening for the victims in the circle of the Apostles here in Kigali / Rwanda, where I am currently visiting our faithful. My flight departed only minutes before the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 from Amsterdam. Maybe I have even met some of these people at the airport. I pray intensely for all the victims and their families and share the suffering of our brothers and sisters."

The New Apostolic Church Malaysia reaches out in thought and prayer to all mourning families. We join the international community to offer sympathy and condolences. May healing and forgiveness be brought about by the comfort of the Holy Spirit.

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