By Timothy Osoro
University of Eastern Africa, Baraton commenced its highly expected Week of Spiritual Emphasis on October 14th, 2023, with Dr. Richard A. Sabuin, the Associate Director of Education – General Conference, taking the stage as the distinguished guest speaker.
This spiritual occasion, expected to run until October 21st, is a foundation of the university’s annual calendar, bringing together students, faculty, and the community for a week of reflection, inspiration, and growth.
The University of Eastern Africa, Baraton, known for its solid emphasis on holistic education, places extraordinary importance on sustaining the spiritual well-being of its students. The Week of Spiritual Emphasis has become an essential component of the university’s commitment to developing well-rounded individuals.
Dr. Richard A. Sabuin, an esteemed figure within the field of education, conveyed an enlightening and powerful message during the opening day. His address resounded with the audience, highlighting the centrality of spirituality within the interest of information and individual growth.
Throughout the week, attendees can anticipate a wide run of activities and discussions pointed at advancing spiritual awareness and development. These exercises incorporate every day devotional sessions, group talks, and addresses planned to empower contemplation and give direction for individual development.
The Week of Spiritual Emphasis also expands its welcome to the local community members, showing the university’s commitment to being a positive and comprehensive force beyond its campus borders. This broader engagement provides an opportunity for individuals from all walks of life to take part in the spiritual growth experience.
In addition to the everyday programs, the university is organizing community service projects and charitable activities as part of the week further highlighting the institution’s commitment to social responsibility.
As the Week of Spiritual Emphasis at the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton unfolds, students, staff, and community individuals can see forward to a transformative involvement that goes past academics.
Dr. Richard A. Sabuin’s wisdom, combined with the events and exercises arranged for the week, promise to take off an enduring impact on all who attend. The university is confident that this annual convention will continue to be a source of spiritual food, personal development, and community connection for many years to come.