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An International Community

The conferences this summer were full of wonderful moments, with almost 15,000 BCC-members from 40 countries coming together at Brunstad. The local church in Maubach, Germany, put together a slideshow of photos taken during the conference in August. This slideshow was also shown at the closing event last Saturday.


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The Translators in the Amazon

While many thousands are gathered at Brunstad in Norway to the Summer Conference, there are even more around the world, sitting and following along via BrunstadTV. The message is translated to 17 languages, and in the Amazon in Brazil, a zealous translation team is sitting and translating the transmissions to Portuguese.


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ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT 1
OUR BELIEFS 2
MISSIONARY ACTIVITY 3

ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT

Brunstad Christian Church (BCC) is a Christian church that started in Norway on 17th May, 1898 through Johan O. Smith’s conversion and is a result of his life and work. At the present time BCC has local churches in 54 countries spread over every continent. In Norway there are 19 local churches comprising approximately 8 000 members.

BCC’s local churches also use the name Brunstad Kristelige Menighet. BCC is often popularly referred to as “Smith’s friends”.

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OUR BELIEFS

Brunstad Christian Church works using the Bible as its source and guideline in questions of doctrine. 

The main work of the Church consists of teaching people to keep all that Jesus commanded, Math. 28, 18-20. We believe in the Forgiveness of Sins, Acts. 10:43 and 13:38, through Jesus’ death for us, 1. Cor. 15:3 and Eph. 1:7. We believe that Jesus was tempted just as us, Heb. 2:18, but that He never sinned, Hebr. 4:15.  

We believe and preach that we can follow in Jesus’ footsteps, He who committed no sin, 1. Pet. 2:21-23, and that we therefore can in every situation live a personal life in victory over all conscious sin, Rom. 8:37.

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OUR MISSIONARY ACTIVITY

Help to self-help is at the very center of our missionary work. We are not interested in investing funds to be used as a pillow and a basis for passivity, but rather to stimulate local involvement according to the resources and possibilities available. Our experience is that without active involvement and hard work from those who receive help, there will be no healthy church growth.

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