The Apostles’ Creed. You repeat it week after week in church, but have you stopped to evaluate the words you’re speaking? Better yet, have you considered how The Apostles’ Creed is used in the mission field to speak Christ’s love and God’s truth to the world? Join together in a cross-cultural journey of the Apostles’ Creed, studying this proclamation of faith to uncover its beauty. Download a free sample.
Knowing God and having a personal relationship with Him is crucial. That includes learning His Word in your language. As author Emily Belvery worked in Taiwan, it was pivotal that this foundational statement of faith could be read and spoken in Mandarin. As she studied, she renewed her appreciation and joy for the Apostles’ Creed. For lifelong Christians, and especially those new to the Christian faith, this study will show you those same joys of confessing the basic truths of your faith.
I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the holy Christian Church,
the communion of saints,
the forgiveness of sins,
the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.
Emily’s work allows the richness of her cross-cultural experience to bring depth to the biblical truths we confess in the Apostles’ Creed. Her mission stories help us see the wonder of our Lord’s incomprehensible love for all people.—Rev. Dr. John Mehl, executive director of Mission of Christ Network
Emily Belvery’s study of the Apostles’ Creed connects participants to the historic, universal truths narrated by the Creed and the deep insights brought by a multi-cultural discussion of the faith. . . . Her personal stories of mission and ministry in East Asia reveal how cross-cultural discussions of the biblical faith will deepen and broaden our perspectives on the creedal faith. —Rev. Joel Scheiwe, senior pastor, Church of All Nations, Hong Kong
Emily Belvery has produced a Scripture-rich study of the Apostles’ Creed. Both new and reviewing Christians will welcome it as a tool to nurture their faith and life in Christ, increasing their zeal to share the Gospel with others. . . . These essays reveal how the Holy Spirit used Emily as a missionary in Taiwan to speak apostolic truth substantively, humbly, and compassionately, reaching across cultural and religious canyons. —Rev. Charles Blanco, professor of theology, Concordia University, Nebraska