- Category: AUA Chaplaincy Department
- Published on 18 July 2013
Office of the Chaplain
It is with great delight that I welcome you all as you take a moment of your time, to familiarize yourself with our services on this media. We are totally convinced that God our Creator and Redeemer has a purpose that He could have us fulfill as we work together through this channel of communication.
In line with the educational philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, we aspire to promote, facilitate, and coordinate the integration of faith and learning to help nurture every member of the University community and beyond to realize success in Christian growth and development into maturity in readiness for the second Coming of our Lord and Saviour.
Our objective is to help people get to discover the essence of their life and focus on that which will lead them to the achievement of their best potential effectiveness of service to self and to others.
May the Lord’s rich blessings be with each and every one of you, as you consider making use of our services now and the days to come.
The Adventist University of Africa’s Chaplaincy department is committed to the spiritual development of the members of the University community.
The department seeks to facilitate the growth of the wholistic person to develop and nurture an intimate and mature relationship with God, self, other persons, and God’s creation in totality. In aiming to bring this effort to fruition, the development initiatives will focus and not limited to Biblical teachings, development of spiritual competencies in diverse lines, counseling, selfless services to others and to community, stewardship, witnessing
and developing positive attitude and behaviour.
The Adventist University of Africa’s Chaplaincy department aims to be a base for spiritual revival and reformation and encourage continued growth and training people for service to God and fellow community members within and beyond its borders.
The department seeks to inculcate the following core values into all members of the University community.
Life is not exhaustive, but our goals are intended to develop the following Christian virtues in our lives and those whom we serve
Christ ‘s excellence