Conference 2012

AMEN (Advent Message to Every Nation) is youth-led, Bible-based movement, whose mission is to proclaim the Three Angels’ Message to the world and to witness the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ in this generation. With this as our aim and purpose, the AMEN Bible Conference, organised by Spirit-filled and willing young people of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, serves as a platform for an experience with Jesus Christ and a springboard to hasten the mission of AMEN, the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the very mission of God.


One of the main goals of the AMEN Conference is to display the relevance of the Gospel in this post-modern and secular generation. This is done through inspiring, Bible-based and practical messages, sacred music, outreach endeavours and workshops, in an aim to realise that “rightly trained army of youth” who will take the Gospel to all the world.

AMEN envisages that the Bible Conference will become more than just an annual event but rather the catalyst to a movement of young people, who will become active members in their local churches and communities and who will allow God to fulfill the very purpose that He has for them.

Built on the words of Jesus, “Go ye therefore, and teach (make disciples of) all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.” – (Matthew 28:19- 20 KJV); attendees to the Conference will experience radical discipleship, a deeper sense of devotional life and a greater love for God.

Success in any line demands a definite aim. He who would achieve true success in life must keep steadily in view the aim worthy of his endeavour. Such an aim is set before the youth of today. The heaven-appointed purpose of giving the gospel to the world in this generation is the noblest appeal to any human being. It opens a field of effort to everyone whose heart Christ has touched.” – Education pg. 262.1