The Christian Fellowship
Thank you for visiting the official website of the Northern Light Apostolic Church International (NLACI), a church who strive to model the faith, vision and mission of the first church in the book of Acts. Our mission statement is to be “the 21st century Apostolic Church in Principle, Practice and Purpose”. To be truly apostolic, we believe that we must experience, live and preach what the church in the book of Acts experienced, lived and preached. Their doctrine, their lifestyle and their character provides a model for the 21st century, just as it did for the church established in the book of Acts (Acts 2:42). We hope you will get to know the church even better and take the time to visit us at one of our locations. The NLACi is hosting events each year and work with various mission and humanitarian work, but also engages in weekly collective prayer meetings and Bible studies.
The Church Name
The church name is derived from the phenomenon in nature where cosmic rays, solar wind and magnetospheric plasma interact with the upper atmosphere creating a display of colors, whose brightness is often seen at night. The contrast between light and darkness is not just beautiful but also symbolic of the church: “But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light:” 1 Peter 2:9 KJV. This beautiful picture of conversion is what we proclaiming and are experiencing though many lives that we are privileged to connect to. We are journeying towards becoming a model of Acts, we are hoping you will make this journey with us.
The ministry of the NLACi started in late 2008 with house group meetings in Lier. The following weeks proved what would be the start of a new apostolic movement in Scandinavia. The house group soon outgrew the size of the location within a few months the ministry established a church in Sandvika. Since that time, God has opened new churches and preaching points in Denmark, Sweden, Spain and the Philippines.