The members of the Apostolic Christian Church in America have been profoundly affected by one man's willingness to leave everything in response to God's call. In 1847, Bro. Benedict Weyeneth - single and just 28 years of age - was ordained by Bro. Samuel Froelich specifically to go to America and respond to a request for spiritual teaching. While there were certainly others who also went to Americain following years, were it not for Bro. Froelich's willingness to heed the leading of the Lord, and Bro. Weyeneth's willingness to go, our history would certainly be different.
Are you interested in sharing the gospel, but not quite sure what to say? A new tract is available for free from AC Publications. Tracts are available and could also be included in Bibles that are distributed as they condense the “plan of Salvation” from the Bible for one who might not be very familiar with the Bible.
God's Perfect Plan of Salvation presents the message of salvation for those both within and without our faith.
We have many small churches that need the support of faithful brethren joining their ranks. And there are many new areas not currently served by an Apostolic Christian church. Historically many of our congregations started and grew as individuals and/or families moved to an area due to economic reasons or with the intent to support a small church or start a new congregation.
Consider being open to God's leading in the following areas:
- Bible distribution
- Many small churches need and welcome support – from Altadena to Zapata
- Athens, Alabama Preschool
- Church building construction
- Prison ministries
- Crisis centers
- Volunteering in hospitals and nursing homes
- Other local outreach