VirtualSymposium-03
Our program and speakers
Survive a pandemic

With the Surviving a Pandemic weekend presentations we will look at ways and means of how you can survive the covid-19 pandemic by boosting your immune system and live your full potential. We have a number of specialists in this area that includes medical doctors and lifestyle couches that will show us practically how.  You cant afford missing this once in a lifetime opportunity to learn how basics like using water, sunshine, exercise,  nutrition, sleep have been the saving factor in pandemics like the Spanish flu of 1918.  Applying this in your own life, may save, not only your life but the lives of others around you.  

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Arnold Neuhoff

Pr. Arnold Neuhoff is married to Edna and they have 2 married children. Pierre and Tegan Neuhoff and Marsane and Wesley Botha. As a family they love nature and the outdoors.  He has started a pastoral ministry career, 32 years ago. Pastor Arnold always loved community outreach programs, helping people to live better quality lives and nothing thrills him more than seeing how God changes people’s lives. After recovering from terminal cancer in 1997 he is specializing in natural health & diseases prevention programs.

Renier Horn

Renier Horn is speaker/director for The Preparation Ministry. He is married to Chantell Horn and they have two boys, Jonathan and Matthew. For the past 7 years God has taken Renier & Chantell to over 50 churches presenting messages on health, the family, spiritual growth and end time events. Their seminars have been broadcasted on 6 different television networks and currently they are uploading inspiring videos weekly on their YouTube channel.

Patrick Stander
Pr. Patrick Stander is married to Elana, and they are blessed to be the parents of Eden (daughter) and Zion (son). Over the last 20 years he has been invited to speak at various events across South Africa and Africa. He has recently served as the Director for Youth Ministries, Campus Ministries, Music Ministries and Public Affairs and Religious Liberty in the Western Region of the Cape Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He is a minister of the gospel and is currently serving as one of three Health Ministries Directors in the Cape Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
Evelyn Ichamwenge

Dr. Evelyn Ichamwenge is from Kenya. She is a wife and mother currently living in Cape Town, South Africa. She has been a practising medical doctor for over 10 years with a focus on children. She is currently pursuing a sub-specialization in Paediatric allergy at University of Cape Town while working at Red Cross Children’s Hospital. 

Bruce Webb
  Dr. Bruce Webb received his medical degree from the University of Cape Town in 2003. He spent several years working abroad in emergency medicine in England, Ireland and Australia. During his studies and the early part of his career he developed a passion for getting to the root causes of health problems and delving back into the underlying genetics, physiology, biochemistry and pathophysiology of these conditions. This lead him into the area of functional medicine and its related fields. His passion is to optimize human physiology and well-being by addressing these root causes of disease and ill-health. We were made for more by a loving God who knows best what we need to function at our best. Understanding and applying these principles in ways that make a practical difference is his passion.