Chief Apostle Friedrich KREBS
First Chief Apostle
Friedrich Krebs, a German railway inspector whose childhood was characterized by poverty, misery, care and worry. Through a colleague he found out, that the apostles of Jesus were again active. In the night from July 25-26, 1864, he was sealed by apostle Preuss near Schladen, Central Germany. He was called as the first chief apostle of the New Apostolic Church, and was known as the “Father of the Unity of Apostles”. Chief apostle Krebs, died on 20 January 1905, following a brief illness.