Installation of the 3rd Vice-Chancellor and 10th Graduation Ceremony Announcement


The Chancellor, Council Chair, the Administration, faculty and staff cordially invite you to the Installation Ceremony of the 3rd Vice-Chancellor
Prof. Vincent R. Injety and Tenth Graduation Ceremony to be held virtually and live-streamed on:

Friday, 18th June 2021 at 7:00 pm, Kenya Time
Saturday, 19th June 2021 at 9:00 am, Kenya Time
Sunday, 20th June 2021 at 2:00 pm, Kenya Time

You are welcome to join us on Zoom using the following:
Meeting ID: 993 9175 2605
Passcode: 377144

or follow on the AUA YouTube Channel:

Academic Bulletin

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Click the link to download: Academic Bulletin 2019-2022 

Call for Applications




Date: March 17, 2021 

About: Adventist University of Africa (AUA), a Chartered University of Seventh-day Adventists (SDA) Church based in Nairobi, Kenya, established by the General Conference of SDA to provide post-graduate education in Theology, Business, Public Health, Applied Computer Science and other fields. The University seeks to deliver balanced and dynamic post-graduate education in a Christian context to prepare graduates who will provide competent leadership and service based on integrity, respect, and love to church and society.

The University is looking to fill a vacancy for the position of a lecturer in the Theological Seminary to teach and direct graduate studies and research in Pastoral Ministry.

Qualifications and Skills Required: Earned Doctoral degree in Pastoral Ministry and qualified to teach graduate-level and conduct and direct research in Pastoral Ministry. Willing and able to work with students and faculty from various cultures and ethnic backgrounds in an international setting; Have a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ and be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in regular standing.

Qualifications Preferred: Doctor of Ministry (DMin) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Pastoral Ministry with specialization in Church, African Society and Mission, Church Leadership and Administration, Discipleship and Biblical Spirituality, Evangelism and Church Growth, Marriage and Family, Pastoral Care and Counselling, Word, Worship and Liturgy, and Youth and Young Adult Ministry.

Required Work Experience: Be an ordained minister of the gospel and have a minimum of 5 years of ministerial experience. A holder of ministerial credentials of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Loyal to the Seventh-day Adventist Church's message and mission, evidenced by membership and active involvement in a local church. Preferably a minimum of six (6) years of full-time teaching experience, three of which should be at the graduate level. In addition, show evidence of published research and Supervision of thesis and dissertation at the Masters or Doctoral level.

Duties and Responsibilities: Teach Pastoral Ministry and Cognate courses. Advice Master's projects and DMin dissertations as would be assigned. Serve in thesis and dissertation committees of the Theological Seminary as would be assigned. Engage in research and community service. Perform any assigned relevant responsibilities by the University.

Method of Application: All applications should be submitted to the Human Resources Office of the University with certified copies of academic qualifications, portfolio detailing academic qualifications, work experience, research and publications, and family data. In addition, three recommendations, two from university administrators and one from a church administrator, should accompany the application.

All applications should be addressed to the Human Resources Office and should be sent via e-mail by April 15, 2021, using This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Applications will be received until the vacancy is filled.

Qualified applicants will be notified and invited for a virtual interview.


Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists (ESDA)


A brand new online Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists is the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s first online reference work.

The Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists (ESDA) project is directed by and based at the General Conference Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research (ASTR), Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.


What is ESDA? 

ESDA is a global church project which aims at completing approximately 8,500 articles with accompanying photographs, media, and original documents. ESDA is a great tool, not only for those seeking to learn more about the church, but also for those looking to witness to others. ESDA Online, the church’s first online reference work, launched on July 1st, 2020. This free online resource will continue indefinitely, to be constantly updated and expanded.


Why ESDA? 

Almost twenty-five years after the second revised edition of the SDA Encyclopedia, and more than half a century after the publication of the first edition, the Seventh-day Adventist Church needs a new reference work: one that embodies the diverse Adventist Church of the twenty-first century, reflects the tremendous growth in the church in the last fifty years, the shifts in global membership, and the development of Adventist historical scholarship in the last quarter century. The Church also needs an online encyclopedia that allows all the possibilities of the digital age.

The Encyclopedia draws on the expertise of hundreds of authors and editors worldwide, from many cultures and ethnicities. It is a great tool, not only for those seeking to learn more about the Adventist Church but also for those looking to witness to others.

Access ESDA

Video of the ESDA Launch

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