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Sterneküche am Büffet, Bier brauen mit Meerwasser, Burger-Battle in der Schiffsküche: Hier startet jetzt „Erlebnishunger” – der AIDA Podcast in Kooperation mit dem Food-Magazin essen & trinken. Nadine Uhe, Redakteurin von essen & trinken, hat sich an Bord unserer Kussmundschiffe hinter den Kulissen umgeschaut und vor allen Dingen umgehorcht. Welches Gericht auf hoher See besonders gut ankommt, wie viele kulinarische Schätze im Bauch des Schiffes lagern und wie das Menü im legendären Gourmet- ...
 
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We continue listening to the Song of Songs and we see that love in this world can often be a bumpy ride. The lovers in the story long to be together but they face threats to their relationship and circumstances that show us both the pleasures and pain of love.
 
Found in the middle of our Bibles is this beautiful poetic writing about love in all its intensity and passion. It is aptly named the Song of Songs, and this is a song we need to hear so that we will understand better the good gift of love that God has given to us.
 
This is another pivotal moment for the early church as we are told of the first Christian Martyr. Stephen speaks boldly about how we can know the true and living God through Jesus, and while those who opposed Stephen sought to stop his message, the result of his death was the gospel beginning to be scattered to the nations.…
 
As the church multiplies, we see Satan attack the church as they struggle with internal conflict, distracting those whose primary call is to word ministry. We see however, that order is restored from Satan's chaos as faithful men are chosen to do the work of ministry among the church, allowing the Gospel to be proclaimed and lives continue to be ch…
 
Again we see that the apostles are arrested, and again warned to stay silent about Jesus. But despite threats and punishment the apostles continue to speak boldly about Jesus. Their boldness is a great encouragement and challenge to us as they not only endured but rejoiced at being counted worthy to suffer disgrace for the name of Jesus.…
 
In this reading today, we see the first episode of sin and deceit within the early Christian community. How will this impact the community? What will God do about it? We will see a warning as God still takes sin very seriously as well as an encouragement as he is able to overcome sin.
 
The early church had, through great threats of persecution, even greater gifts of God's grace at their disposal. They had been given direct access to their Lord through prayer and great power to preach the gospel. They were able to use their own possessions in service to God's Kingdom.
 
The church of Christ, which is only a few weeks old, will begin to suffer great persecution as allegiance to Christ leaves no room for any other belief system. With great boldness, Peter and John proclaim Jesus as the only name by which we can be saved.
 
We see an incredible act of God's power in the healing of a crippled beggar, and not just in his body, but for his soul too. This brings an amazed crowd to hear Peter's explanations, followed by the gospel and calling sinners to repentance.. There is a great hope for all who turn to Jesus in repentance and faith.…
 
The church in Jerusalem experienced great numerical growth in response to Peter's sermon, and in today's passage we see how they also grew into a community that was committed to the gospel and to one another, and they enjoyed the blessings belonging to the saviour.
 
The strange events which accompanied the giving of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost caused many to be "amazed and perplexed". This leads to Peter explaining what was going on in the very first Christian sermon, and in it we'll hear the good news of salvation in Christ and the need to respond in repentance and faith.…
 
Concluding our series on Esther we see that no matter how bad it gets, Christians have the good news of the gospel of Jesus, and God is already victorious! He has defeated his enemies and a day will come when all people will bow the knee before Jesus. Because of God's victory there will be a great celebration for God's people, delivered, rescued, r…
 
Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem followed by his cleansing of the Temple and then a bit of strange run-in with a fig tree. In all of this we see Jesus being revealed as God's long-promised King, a King who comes humbly and who will bring about a great salvation as he establishes a new covenant at the cross.…
 
As we come to the story of the rich young man, we see that salvation is a work of God’s divine mercy in our lives, and not based on what we do or what we ourselves possess. Rather, we are called to surrender all for the greater possession of having Jesus Christ as our great treasure.
 
As we continue to listen to Jesus’ teaching about life in his Kingdom in response to the Pharisees seeking to test him Jesus speaks about marriage, divorce, and singleness. Jesus highlights God’s original purposes for our relationships, and we are challenged to emulate little children in approaching and listening to Jesus’ words…
 
Jesus continues his teaching about life in his Kingdom as he speaks about the centrality of forgiveness. Here is another example of a concept that is increasingly foreign to the world’s way of thinking, but central to the kingdom that Jesus has brought near. We consider not only the importance of forgiveness for those who are members of Jesus’ king…
 
This week we resume a series in Matthew’s gospel, and we pick it up in Matthew 18 as Jesus speaks about greatness and what that looks like in His Kingdom. His words are a challenge to us about how we view status and greatness, and a call to an attitude of humility toward one another as we recognise that we are all ‘little ones’ welcomed by a gracio…
 
Today we see the commitments of God's people as they return to live in the city and commit to following God’s law, ending with a great celebration around the wall. All of this leads us to see God’s faithfulness to keep his promises and causes our eyes to look further to see his promises fulfilled through Jesus. We can commit to God because he first…
 
With the walls of Jerusalem completed it's time to celebrate, but the celebration of this chapter is not about the physical restoration it's all about the joy that is found in God's word. Because the joy of the Lord is to act with grace and compassion, we can be filled with joy in any and every circumstance.…
 
How will you face opposition in the Christian life? Many a time throughout the New Testament we are called to persevere in the face of strong opposition, whether it be through clear and apparent resistance and attack, or through the more insidious means of Satan and sin. In Nehemiah, we see perseverance in action as he stands firms, with God’s help…
 
We see in Nehemiah that great progress has been made rebuilding the walls of the city, but what progress has taken place in the hearts of the people? Instead of obedience to God’s law, there is greed and injustice among some of the people. As Nehemiah calls them to respond to God’s word it’s an opportunity for us to consider what God desires most f…
 
Kein Urlaub ohne Sonnenuntergang. Und kein Sonnenuntergang ohne Sundowner. Zwei, die sich mit Drinks richtig gut auskennen, sind Barmanagerin Wiebke Fretwurst und Barkeeper Maximilian Husten. Wir haben die beiden auf AIDAnova getroffen und wissen jetzt, wieso der Ananas-Saft niemals ausgehen darf, warum für Max ein Traum in Erfüllung gegangen ist u…
 
As we continue in our series in Nehemiah we see how God’s kingdom advances against opposition. As we seek to serve God today we should be aware of the biblical expectation of opposition and persecution, and amid that we can find strength in knowing that God is with us and will ultimately be victorious as he builds his church through the proclamatio…
 
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