The Kibaha Berea Adventist Institute at IMS which was inaugurated in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, East Africa, on March 29, 2022, will start classes in a week online, on September 18, 2023, the Multimedia Department at IMS announced on Friday, September 8, 2023. The project regarding the Kibaha Berea Adventist Online Institute was completed with the noble support of Pastor Parmenas Shirima (1952-2021), a representative of the Tanzanian Union as well, one of whose excellent Christian sermon we could watch today on Internet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3ch672nifE

The Kibaha Berea Adventist Institute at IMS is an e-learning Christian platform for everyone glabally which secures for the students a solid foundation in Bible Science, Practical Ministry and Religious Education, and the deeper knowledge of God’s Word could be applied to contemporary issues and other religions as well. The students can register at [email protected] or at +255 758688309 via www.kibaha-sda1844.org, while the working time is the following: Monday to Thursday – from 8:00 am till 5:00 pm, and Friday – from 8:00 till 12:00 pm. The application fee is USD 25.00 (not refundable), while the fees for the research and dissertation tutoring, on the one hand, and for the title, on the other hand, amount to USD 200.00 and 75.00 respectively. The credit unit is USD 50.00, as the Institute’s web-site reveals: https://www.kibaha-sda1844.org/_files/ugd/f98851_f98a2ad3d57042f3abfd33629a708036.pdf

Earlier, at the end of March and in the beginning of April 2022, 97 participants from different countries took part in the international evangelistic symposium held there. In addition, Africa Division Conference was conducted there at that time.

Dar Es Salaam whose name literally means ‘Place of Peace’, often known as Dar, the largest city and financial hub of Tanzania, as well as the largest city in East Africa and the seventh largest in Africa with its six million inhabitants, was founded by Majid bin Said, the first Sultan of Zanzibar, in 1865.

Pastor Tzvetan Petkov, General Conference President, together with his wife, Sister Raquel Orce, among brethren from Tanzania; a photo from the personal archive of Pastor Tzvetan Petkov on Facebook.

Written by Margarit Zhekov