Kigali Church Reopens and Holds Baptism

John Bosco
August 9, 2018
Rwanda
By the grace of God our church in Kigali, Rwanda has reopened after being ordered closed by the Rwandan government earlier this year.

KIGALI, RWANDA—By the grace of God our church in Kigali, Rwanda, has reopened after being ordered closed by the Rwandan government. Earlier this year, the government ordered our churches to be closed until they met a long list of renovations and equipment purchases.

 

With the help of your offerings, the Kigali church has completed the list of requirements and was finally reopened this month. The church was full, and the members were joyous at the opportunity to meet.

 

There was also a baptism in Kigali once the church was reopened and the brethren were able to meet again. Praise the Lord!

 

We ask you to continue praying for our churches in Rwanda. We are grateful and encouraged by the reopening of the Kigali church, and look forward to the day all our churches in Rwanda are reopened. For this to happen, we need your help. Please, help reopen the churches in Rwanda by donating.

 

Contributions can be made by the following means:
PayPal:

 

 

Via your local church:
The money must be delivered to your local church, or to the treasury of your Field/Union, to be forwarded to the General Conference.

 

May the Lord give us a generous and grateful heart to dedicate our abundant offerings to this noble cause in Rwanda.