The magazine typically includes:
- Doctrinal articles
- Book Reviews
Because it has been published for over 100 years, New Church Life is valued by many readers as a resource for study of the doctrinal thought of the church and as a repository of information on the history of the church organization.
January/February 2024 (PDF)
Inside this issue:
- Editorials: Blessed are the Peacemakers • Swedenborg’s Wife
- Rest for Your Soul – A Sermon by the Rt. Rev. Peter M. Buss Jr.
- Preparing for Eternal Life: The Role of New Church Education - A Sermon by the Rev. James P. Cooper
- From the Bishop’s Office: Entering the Stream of Providence - The Rt. Rev. Peter M. Buss Jr.
- Resurrection Address for the Rev. Daniel W. Heinrichs - The Rt. Rev. Peter M. Buss Sr.
- Living the Good Life: Seven Principles That Can Change the Way
- We Live Our Lives – A book by the late Rev. Kurt H. Asplundh
- The Making of a Modern Visionary: Emanuel Swedenborg, Eyewitness to the Apocalypse – Foreword to a Biography by the late Jane Williams-Hogan PhD
- Church News
- Life Lines
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