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The Adventist University of Africa Doctor of Ministry program is a unique learning experience aimed at transformation—of the leader and the congregation. It is the highest level of ministerial training available, and equips ministers for excellent service in the challenging, ever-changing contexts of contemporary society. Designed to cultivate spiritual leadership, foster deep theological reflection, and enhance critical thinking skills, the Adventist University of Africa offers the opportunity for an unforgettable, and truly empowering cohort-based academic adventure. Welcome to a journey of transformation!


With over 25 years of ministry, Kelvin Ononagha, an ordained minister of the gospel comes to the office of the director, Doctor of Ministry program at the Adventist University of Africa, having leadership experience in both church and academic settings. He has served the Adventist Church as a district pastor, departmental director, and conference executive secretary. In academia he held the office of associate vice president, student development at Babcock University, Nigeria. Kelvin has a passion for teaching, preaching, encouraging, and empowering people. His teaching career has taken him to several Adventist campuses offering graduate education in diverse contexts around the world. He also has a passion for missions, besides his love for ministry to youth, and married persons.

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The Adventist University of Africa is a Seventh-day Adventist university created for the purpose of providing post-graduate education throughout Africa.

Next To Advent Hill Primary, Private Bag Mbagathi, Magadi Rd, Kenya

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The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree focuses on developing leaders in a number of critical areas for the Church and for society.


  1. Gain a sound grasp of biblical, theological and theoretical principals that would help the church fulfill its mission
  2. Acquire a high level of competency in the skills that pertain to an area of concentration
  3. Contribute to the body of knowledge through research
  4. serving the needs of pastors, mission executives, and church leaders
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