Preaching the Gospel and Feeding the Flock

“Punishment for Our Sins,” our newest booklet written by Norbert Link, has been sent to graphic designer Shelly Bruno for finalization. We anticipate being able to distribute this publication at Passover time.

A new speaking schedule is now posted which includes relevant information for the Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread:

“False Christianity and Blasphemous Abominations in Our Societies,” is the title of a new StandingWatch program presented by Evangelist Norbert Link. Here is a summary:

Pope Francis praises a former Italian foreign minister as a “forgotten great,” even though she is known for her active support of 10,000 abortions; British schoolchildren are asked to identify their gender by choosing from twenty “equally acceptable” options, such as bi-gender, tri-gender, Tomboy and Intersex; and the Bishop of Manchester refuses to block a play in a Church of England church by an award-winning Scottish transsexual, portraying Christ as a transgender woman and the queen of heaven. Where is the outcry over such abominations and blasphemies?

A new StandingWatch program about Easter has been recorded by Evangelist Norbert Link. This video will be posted on March 9, 2016, and is another in our series which will be accompanied with special announcements and press releases.

Sind Christen Heute im Himmel?” is the title of this week’s German Sermon. Title in English: “Are Christians Today in Heaven?”

Fertile Ground?” the sermonette presented last Sabbath by Norbert Link, is now posted. Here is a summary:

The true gospel of the Kingdom of God is being preached in all the world as a witness, and responses are sometimes remarkable and encouraging. But how fertile and lasting is the ground on which the seed falls?

Not of This World,” the sermon presented last Sabbath by Mike Link, is now posted. Here is a summary:

We may have heard the phrase “Not of this World” and seen it branded on clothing and used as decals on car windows and bumpers. But what does this saying mean to the “Christian” world? Are they truly not of this world? The Bible talks about two different categories of people – those who obey God’s commands, and those who don’t. Which category do we, as TRUE Christians, belong to and what sets us apart from all other “Christian” religions who believe that they are “Not of this World?”

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