Pan-African Brethren Conference on Missions (PABCM)

Fourth PABCM conference, Ethiopia, 9-14 October 2017

The PABCM4 conference is to be held, the Lord willing, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from 9 - 14 October 2017. Places are available: book as soon as possible.

The venue will be at the Gudina Tumsa Conference and Training Centre of the Ethiopian Evangelical Church, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The theme of the conference is to be Towards a Biblical Stewardship Mindset - Rom. 12: 1, 2. The main speakers are to include

1. Dr Girma Bekele (Ethiopia/Canada) - Stewardship: Politics & Economics.

2. Isaac Aliwo Ogohi (Nigeria) - Stewardship: Managing Resources.

3. Dr Felix Muchimba (Zambia) - Stewardship: God & Culture.

4. Geshom Chioni (Zambia) - Stewardship: The Great Commission.

The Key Note Speech during the opening session of the conference will be given by Colin Phelps of OM Africa (South Africa).

Click for Announcement, Programme, and Booking Form

 

The third PABCM was held in Nairobi, Kenya, on 12 - 16 August 2013. See Brochure for further information.

 
3rd Pan-African Brethrens Conference on Mission
 
Pan-African Brethren Conference on MissionThe second PABCM was held on 9 – 14 August 2009 at Kabwe Christian Centre, Zambia, under the title of 'Toward a Life of Integrity'. Read the conference chairman's reflection one year later.
 
 
 
The first PABCM was held in Johannesburg in November 2004, when some 100 representatives of 14 African countries and 4 western countries were present. It is fully reported in Pressing on towards the goal: Pan-African Brethren Conference on Missions, November 2004, Steering Committee of the Pan-African Brethren Conference on Missions, 2005.
PABCM - Johannesburg 2004
Postal address: P O Box 11228, Chingola, Zambia
Tel.: 00260 212 313357
 
The Great Lakes Brethren Conference
Encouraged by the Pan-African Brethren Conference on Mission 2004, representatives of East African countries have met in 2005 in Nairobi, in 2006 in Rwanda, in 2008 at Berea Bible College, Moshi, Tanzania, and in 2010 in Nairobi when about 85 people were present from five East African countries and a few non-African countries..
 
 
Participants at the Great Lakes Conference 2008