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East Africa ministry uses messaging apps to continue children's ministry

Nazarene Children for Christ Ministries for East Africa, a discipleship ministry that works in six countries, is using social media and messaging applications to continue teaching children throughout the pandemic.
17 Sep 2021
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Donna Lovett

Celebrating the life, ministry of Donna Lovett

Donna Lovett, 74, of Kankakee, Illinois, passed away 7 August 2021. She served as a missionary to Italy, France, Cote d’Ivoire, Benin, Rwanda, and Kenya.
13 Aug 2021
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Nyarigongo Volcano eruption

Nazarenes respond to Nyiragongo volcanic eruption

The city of Goma in the Democratic Republic of the Congo was rocked by a large eruption of the Nyiragongo Volcano on the night of 22 May 2021. Around 400,000 people have evacuated and about 20,000 are homeless.
11 Jun 2021
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Rwandan Donations

Rwanda church supports community

Members of Gisenyi Bridge Church of the Nazarene have raised Rwf 1.2 million ($1,280 USD) to support the most vulnerable members of the society during the partial lockdown the country is undergoing to contain the spread of coronavirus. The Rubavu-based church used the cash to buy two tons of maize,
31 Mar 2020
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Rwanda communities unite to reopen churches

After several months of volunteer work, district support, and Alabaster funds, 17 Nazarene churches in Rwanda reopened. The churches had closed in 2018 after the government announced a new set of guidelines for buildings. Each congregation needed to remodel its building, including a new roof, new
10 Jul 2019
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Congregation helps Rwanda church stay open

In 2003, a small Church of the Nazarene in Bisizi, Rwanda, was built out of recycled wood and old roofing. It was all the church could afford, but they needed a place for worship and have been worshipping there ever since. Today the church is pastored by a widow named Josepha. Government officials
12 Jun 2018
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Refugee family finds new home, church

The world was a dark and sometimes hopeless place for Godson Bahabwa during the 12 years that he lived in the Osire Refugee Camp in Namibia. Violence that started in the Rwandan Genocide of 1994 spilled across the borders into neighboring countries, including the Democratic Republic of the Congo,
23 Oct 2015
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Rwanda native shares testimony

Lucie and her husband, Elysee. Lucie Nzayisenga, a pastor in Malawi, shares her personal testimony. I was born in Rwanda from a churchgoers’ family, but both parents were in different denominations — my father was in one denomination and my mother was in another. As children we were following our
29 May 2015
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