Launch of ENAD Scandinavia

Launch of ENAD-Scandinavia!


You are invited to join us at our first visionary ENAD-Scandinavia conference. Here we will get a chance to network with each other as well as to discuss the visions and strategies for the health work in Scandinavia.


We have invited Dr. Andreas Binus to be our guest speaker. He is currently working in Switzerland as an attending physician in internal medicine. He has a vision to see the medical missionary work further developed in Europe. Therefore he is also heavily involved in developing the ENAD concept together with five other young founders of ENAD.

Where: Fredheim Helsesenter, Norway

When: Oct 2.-4. 2015 (registration opens Friday at 15:00)

Costs: shared room: 400 NOK, double room: 500 NOK, single room: 800 NOK.

Registration: HERE

Early registration: until August 23

Late registration: until September 10

More info:

Facebook: Join us on Facebook

Phone: +47 32 86 71 00 (Fredheim reception)


We hope and pray to see you there!

Sincerely, the ENAD Scandinavia Team

Fredrik Lillbäk, Jonathan Ostrowski, Alexander and Henrik Jensen, Joachim Broegaard, Jiska Rose

Newstart Map: A Quick Guide

The following guide will help you to easily mark any Health Center or Medical Institution within Europe. The goal is for everyone to easily have access to an overview of all Adventist Institutions in Europe in order to connect and share.

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