Convention 2018


IT IS TIME – To Be About Our Fathers Business!


Dec. 27, 2018 – Jan. 1, 2019


Ekebyholm grundskola & gymnasium, Sweden





Daniel Pel

Daniel is a passionate communicator of the Bible. His dynamic and logical way of presenting the scriptures has been an inspiration for many around the world. Though originally born in New Zealand to Dutch parents, Daniel now lives with his wife and two sons in Norway. With an enthusiasm for ministry he has worked as a Bible teacher, evangelist, and pastor. He loves spending time with his family in God’s creation.

Daniel is one of many other inspiring speakers that are coming to ASI. You won’t want to miss this new year’s experience! Join us now by registering today!


Jesse Zwiker

Born to Swiss and American parents, Jesse developed an entrepreneurial spirit and a love for God and His cause at a young age. Driven by his passion to help people sustainably, he has had the opportunity to co-found several non- and for-profit ventures including VIDA International in Honduras and Crosslingo. As founding president of Hyvecamp, a faith-based community of innovators, he now shares his passion with others and enjoys making it easy for visionaries to turn their ideas into mission-driven companies. He currently lives in Germany together with his lovely wife, Gaby, and their son, David Solomon.


Simon Martin

Simon is currently serving as a Disciple Coach with the TED in Scandinavia. He is married to Anita and they have two children, Benjamin who is 24 and Bethany who is 20. Growing up in a local church that believed in using young people, he preached his first sermon at the age of 10. Feeling the call of God in his life to pastoral ministry he began studies at Newbold college in 1987. He graduated from Newbold college with a Masters degree in 1993. He has pastored numerous churches within the South England conference and also two churches in Norway where his wife is originally from. In 2008 he became involved in church planting and in 2012 was released from other responsibilities to do church planting full time. In 2015 he was asked to serve as the Church Growth and Advent Mission Director for the South England Conference. Simon has a passion for discipleship, church planting and evangelism. In his spare time, he enjoys being out in nature, camping, mountain biking, snow boarding, badminton and reading


Markus W

After teaching at university level, Markus carried various managerial responsibilities in the Lufthansa Group. He gained significant experience as Head of Technology and Innovation, where he developed his primary interest in generating new business models in the social sector and the health care industry. Markus is one of the founders of Hyvecamp and has facilitated the launch of several new ventures. He is a public speaker and lives in the RhineNeckar Metropolitan Region in Germany.


Dr. Rivelino Montenegro

Dr. Rivelino Montenegro, living in Germany, but originally from Brazil, he is a material science engineer with a PhD degree in chemistry. He is also an entrepreneur in the biomedical field. Since 2016, he is CEO of Monarch Bioimplants, a Swiss-based medical device company focused on cancer treatment strategies.

He is the author of the “Joseph, CEO & President”, where he uses the example of Joseph of Egypt as a source of inspiration for our youth to succeed in life.

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There is limited availability on both tickets and accommodation so hurry up and register.

Convention Pass

Includes convention, meals & new year’s program

Early-Bird (until 30/9)
960 SEK

Regular (until 26/11)
1260 SEK

11TH-Hour (until 14/12)
1960 SEK

Visitor Pass

Includes convention but no meals or new year’s program.

Early-Bird (until 30/9)
460 SEK

Regular (until 26/11)
760 SEK

11TH-Hour (until 14/12)
960 SEK

If you want to join the new year´s program choose that option when you register.


Accommodation is bought separately

Early-Bird (until 30/9)
From 300 SEK

Regular (until 26/11)
From 450 SEK

11TH-Hour (until 14/12)
From 600 SEK

Day pass tickets and meal tickets can be bought at the convention if spaces are available.

Visitor day pass 180 SEK (food not included) | Meal ticket 50 SEK (general) | Meal ticket 180 SEK (new year’s program)

Do you have any questions about registration? Send us a mail!

Attention: If you’re staying in a classroom, remember to bring your own mattress

As a student you can receive a discount of 500 SEK for this convention. The discount has limited availability, and it works as a refund, which means that you pay full price now, but can get it refunded. In order to receive the refund, send a picture of a valid student ID or information about where you study to

No more rooms avaliable?

Here are some alternative accommodations

Sparrens Bed and Breakfast
20 min by car to Ekerbyholm

Vandrarhemmet Hvilan
25 min by car to Ekerbyholm

Hotell Roslagen
25 min by car to Ekerbyholm


How to get to Ekebyholm

Here we will try to provide some information about how to get to ASI convention 2018 at Ekebyholm.
From Arlanda Airport

Bus (approx. 1h 10) ≈ 68 SEK ≈ 7 EUR

Even though it is only 30 min by car, the bus trip takes a little longer since you need to change buses that are operated by different companies (SL and UL).

Buy a ticket
In order to buy the bus tickets, please find the information desk at the airport. Swedavias service desk, terminals 2, 4, and 5 SL info at Arlanda C and SkyCity.

Once you have the ticket
Take the UL bus 806 that goes to Almunge Hop off at Åby vägskäl (Långhundra) (Knivsta). There you hop on the SL bus 677 that goes to Norrtälje and hop off at Rimbo.

Rimbo is just 10 minutes by bus away from Ekebyholm.
You don’t need a new ticket but the schedule from Rimbo to Ekebyholm you find at Last bus goes 21:06.

From Rimbo we might be able to provide a ride to Ekebyholm. Call +46 737632837 if you need help.

From Stockholm City

Bus and Subway (approx. 60 min) ≈ 40 SEK ≈ 4 EUR

Buy a ticket
If you arrive in Stockholm (by train for instance) the trip requires 2 changes. All info about tickets and schedules you find at any information desk or at

Once you have the ticket
Subway: Take the subway red line which goes to Mörby Centrum. You will hop off at the station called Danderyds Sjukhus

Bus: At Danderyds Sjukhus follow the signs to the bus terminal and take the bus 639 to Rimbo/Hallstavik, Rimbo is just 10 minutes by bus away from Ekebyholm.

You don’t need a new ticket but the schedule from Rimbo to Ekebyholm you find at Last bus goes 21:06.

From Rimbo we might be able to provide a ride to Ekebyholm. Call +46 737632837 if you need help.

OBS: If you come with a larger group (about 4 people or more) to Arlanda Airport, let us know at, so we can try to organize transportation from the airport. That would cost around 50 to 100 SEK per person.

Exhibit Space at ASI 2018

If you want to get an exhibit space at ASI 2018 you can register here.

Register for exhibition space