Dates & Times: 24–26 May 2017 | 9am to 8pm daily
Location: All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi
Speakers: Rev. Chad Gonzales, Rev. Walker Schurz, Rev. Vidar Ligard, Rev.Tokunbo Adejuwon, and Rev. Philip Slaughter
Cost: Free Entre
The East Africa Faith Conference will be focusing on Faith, Healing, Prayer and the Holy Spirit, including a time of ministry to ministers.
About the speakers
Rev. Chad Gonzales
Chad Gonzales is on a mission to reveal God’s love and His power in these final days. With a ministry marked by miraculous healings, it is Chad’s mission to awaken the Church to who they are in Christ and manifest Heaven on the earth.
Chad is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training College and also holds a M.Ed. in Community Counseling from Lamar University. Chad and his wife Lacy are the senior pastors of Trinity Church in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Rev. Walker Schurz
Walker Schurz along with his wife Haley are Directors of Rhema Bible Training Center Zambia. He has ministered in Southern Africa since 1992. He is a graduate of Oral Roberts University and Rhema Bible Training Center (USA). Pastor Walker had the privilege to be trained at Rhema by both Pastor Kenneth W. Hagin and his father Kenneth E. Hagin. He has a long and rich heritage of service and leadership.
After ministering and living for ten years in South Africa, Walker makes his home in Lusaka, Zambia since 2004. He is also the senior pastor of Miracle Life Family Church, a growing and vibrant international church of over 3,800. He has a deep desire to see believers grow, develop and fulfill their God-given destiny.
Rev. Vidar Ligard
Vidar and Cathrine Ligard are both graduates of Rhema Bible Training College, Tulsa, USA and Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, USA. They have pioneered Bible Schools in Kenya since 2006 and are the Directors of Rhema Bible Training College, Kenya. Their passion is to train people in the Word of God and enable them to make an impact in their society. With and emphasis on ethics and high moral standards, the Ligards work with leaders to transform East Africa.
Rev. Tokunbo Adejuwon graduated from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. He also graduated from Rhema Bible Training Center Nagpur, India as well as Rhema Correspondence Bible School USA. He was ordained and is credentialed with Rhema Ministerial Association International, USA.
He currently serves in Rhema Bible Training Center Nigeria as the Deputy National Director, with Rhema Nigeria having campuses in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kaduna and making plans for further expansion in the country.
He has been actively working in ministry for over 33 years. He has helped pioneer works, pastored, served in administrative roles and he also now itinerates both nationally and internationally.
He preaches and teaches God’s Word with passionate fervor especially on the subjects of faith and healing. He’s also very strong on following and flowing with the Holy Spirit.
Bro Toks, as he is fondly called is happily married to Dr. Akunna and they have 3 lovely children: Zoe, Sophia and Victor. They are based in Abuja, Nigeria.
Rev. Philip Slaughter
Phillip Slaughter is an anointed musician, psalmist, teacher and speaker who ministers in a wide array of venues and denominations. He has been in full-time ministry for the past twenty-five years and travels across the globe releasing worship, and an impartation to experience victorious Christian living.
Much like Philip in the days of Acts, Phillip imparts joy through his music ministry, teaching and exhortation with an emphasis on how to maintain that place of joy and freedom in everyday life.
Phillip is a graduate of RHEMA Bible College and traveled for ten years with Kenneth Hagin Ministries as part of their crusade team performing with the RHEMA singers and band. He currently makes his home near Roanoke, Virginia.
The conference does not provide boarding facilities, but below is a list of various hotels where delegates may stay. Each delegate is responsible for their own accommodation and need to arrange reservations directly with the hotels. We have included prices for the sake of convenience, but note that hotels may change their rates without notice to us.
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- City-Hall Way (1000 meters)
- Across Kenyatta Avenue (100 meters)
- Rates start at USD235 / night
Sarova Panafric Hotel:
- Across Ngong Avenue (100 meters)
- Rates start at USD150 / night
Best Western Premier:
- Argwings Kodhek Rd (2.5 km)
- American / International Cuisine
- Rates start at USD140 / night
ACK Guest House:
- Bishops Road (500 meters)
- Ksh 5,500 single room
- Ksh 7,550 double room
Sandton Palace Hotel:
Taveta Road (1.6 km)
- Ksh 4,500 single half board
- Ksh 6,200 double half board
- Ksh 8,200 three pax half board
- Moi Avenue (1.3 km)
- Ksh 3,500 single bed and breakfast
- Ksh 4,500 double bed and breakfast
Atlantic Hotel (former Pacific Hotel):
- Tom Mboya street (1.8 km)
- Ksh 1,800 single bed only
- Ksh 2,200 double bed only
- Ksh 2,300 twin bed only
The conference does not provide food for the delegates, however, there are a good number of food options in the near vicinity.
There will be a local food vendor, with some varieties of Kenyan delicacies at the conference venue at an affordable price
Jumuia Coffee House
- On the All Saints Cathedral Grounds
- USD 5 to 10
- Inside NSSF Building, across Ngong Rd
- Local Kenyan food
- USD 5 to 10
Restaurants along Kenyatta Avenue
- 800 meters to the north-east along Kenyatta
- Many options from restaurants and food courts
- Prices from USD 5 to USD 20
Inside nearby hotels
- Serena Hotel and Panafric Hotel have several restaurant options
- USD 12 – 25