Suffering is universal and so is the need for healing. Some of the questions that arise around the topic of healing are very difficult to answer. The purpose of this Health Conference is to explore various aspects of healing in the context of the biblical worldview and the Adventist philosophy on health and healing. What is healing according to the Bible? Is there a difference between healing and restoration?


    Other Questions to be Addressed:

    - Does healing mean restoration to health?

    - Is healing the same as curing?

    - Can there be healing without curing?

    - What is healing according to the Bible?

    - Are some people genetically predestined not to be healed?

    - Is medical science contributing to healing?


    Healing Connections: Is faith a key factor in healing? What about prayer? How do the mind-body-spirit connections affect healing? How do lifestyle practices contribute to healing? What can we learn from epigenetics?

    When Healing Does Not Occur: How do we cope with it? How can we best support others to deal with it?

    Responding to Suffering: What kind of ministry of healing is needed and can be practiced today? What could be some missing elements in our ministry of healing?

    Bringing Healing to Others: How can we as Adventists help to bring healing to the communities and big cities of Europe? What are the tools at our disposal?

    These and several other related topics will be addressed at the European Health Conference through presentations, workshops, panels and discussions. We invite you to attend, to be enriched and also to empower others as you share from your own experience and knowledge.




    Who should attend?

    Medical doctors, dentists, nurses, dieticians, physical therapists, pastors and other spiritual care providers, chaplains, health educators, occupational therapists, psychologists, social workers, students in any of these fields, administrators of health and spiritual care institutions, other health care providers and everyone interested in health care.



    Date: 29 April - 4 May, 2013


    Diplomat Hotel in Prague,
    Europska 15
    160 41 Prague 6

    Czech Republic

    Email: info@diplomathotel.cz

    Phone: +420 296 559 111

    Fax: +420 296 559 207



    English is the official language of the conference. The plenary sessions and workshops will be presented in English. Plenary sessions will be translated into Czech, German, French, Spanish and Russian.

    Translations into other languages should be organized by attendees from the countries concerned.


    Update information

    The conference website will be updated on a regular basis. Please click all the side menu bars for more information.


    About Prague

    The Czech Republic has a rich, eventful history as well as a cultural and artistic tradition imprinted on hundreds of towns, castles, bridges and buildings.

    Prague, the capital city, is the country's major economic and cultural center. Since 1992, the extensive historic center of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites, making the city one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe that receives more than 4.1 million international visitors annually. The true beauty of Prague lies in its architectural variety. Centuries of historic development have left it with all of the main styles of architecture.



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