Upcoming SOP Symposium 27-30 July 2016


The staff of the Ellen G. White Estate Branch Office (EGWEBO) at Adventist University of Africa welcome each one of you to this grand event on the African continent – the first Spirit of Prophecy Symposium titled The Bible, the Spirit of Prophecy and the Church.

EGWEBO was officially opened on 12 November 2013. It has been committed to acquiring and preserving a complete collection of Ellen G. White writings in their duplicate forms together with other church heritage materials. At the same time, the staff assist the patrons in their research and promote the life, ministry, and writings of God’s messenger across the continent.


In 2015, the Seventh-day Adventist Church commemorated 100 years since the death of Ellen White. This fact testifies that with every passing year, there is a widening gap between her time and our time, and the interpretation of her writings in relation to the African culture. While the majority of Adventists in Africa believe in the Spirit of Prophecy, there are many who have not fully embraced the message as it should be because of one or another reason. That is why this symposium's purpose is to bring people’s attention back to the writings of Ellen White while uplifting Jesus Christ and His Word in the contemporary Adventist Church in Africa.


We hope that you will be blessed by the presentations, Question-and-Answer sessions, inspirational thoughts, singing, prayers, fellowship, and meals together. Enjoy the symposium and be richly blessed!


The key presenters from the White Estate at the General Conference, together with other presenters from the continent are going to deal with biblical and SOP topics on the given theme during the 27-30 July 2016 event.

The registration fee of USD 50 is in effect only before the 30th of June, 2016. After this date, the registration fee in effect will be USD 55. The fee includes three lunches (Thursday, Friday, and Sabbath) and a banquet-style dinner on Thursday evening.

Lodging is not included in the price, and its reservations will be made and paid by the attendees themselves.

For registration and inquiries please contact Mercy Chebichiy

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