Living Word Uganda runs an annual conference in January bringing together university and tertiary institution students from across the country. Reputable and faithful church leaders and student workers serve as facilitators and speakers.
The teaching programme is structured as follows:
- An exposition
Each day begins with a Bible exposition by a selected pastor-teacher.
- Bible Overview
In order to aid the lectures on exegesis, the first full day of the conference is given over to a Bible overview.
- Lecture on exposition and exegesis
This is the mainstay of teaching at the conference and occurs on mornings 2-4 of the conference and is led by experienced facilitators.
- Small group work
In the afternoons, students are given time to prepare for small groups, which will occur later in the afternoons. The groups provide the opportunity for questions and clarification of understanding after the lectures, but primarily are for students to present their own expositions / exposition outlines. Feedback, facilitation and pastoral care for these groups are provided by experienced group leaders who oversee between 8-10 students.
- Topical Talks
Occurring in the evenings, these are lead by experienced Ugandan preachers and cover issues of particular relevance to the Ugandan student context.
Africa Bible University has graciously hosted all the previous conferences and continues to avail its facilities for future conferences.
The next conference will run from 8th to 13th January 2018.
Conference rules and guidelines can be found here.
The application form for the conference can be found here.
The 2017 conference was held from 9th to 14th January 2017.
The 2016 edition of the conference ran from 11th to 16th January and was attended by 230 students.