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In Kigeme diocese prayer is so important that the former Bishop,

Augustine Mvunabandi, recruited a staff member called Margaret, 

as she had a specific prayer ministry. She had a small prayer room in

the diocesan offices where she spent every day in prayer for

the work of the diocese listening to God, sharing what she has

perceived and interceding for the work of the Lord. She has now

retired, but her work is carried on by seven mostly young Anglican nuns,

who pray daily for the work of the Church. Can we learn from this?

Join with us supporting our Rwandan brothers and sisters in

prayer. Be encouraged to hear of how God answers. Prayer

works! 

Check here for regular (hopefully monthly) updates with prayer requests direct from Rwanda. Join us if you can at our

monthly Rwanda prayer meetings -all supporters welcome! 

When? 1st Friday of each month from 8.00 till 9.00pm. 

 

Where? Now held on Zoom. To check for details do email info@rwandadirect.org.uk 

Latest prayer requests: ......

  • As Rwanda Direct seeks growth so that we can deepen our partnership with God's Church in Rwanda

  • Give praise that Scripture Union is growing well, pray for that growth to continue to be sustained and for funds for the four new projects, particulalry the campsite and Vulnerable Children's programme.

  • Praise God for the way EACC has developed. The vision has come of age! Pray for those studying there that they may grow in the

  • wisdom and knowledge of Christ and lead His Church in growth and maturity.

  • Pray for Bishop Emmanuel of Byumba, who now has a new car following an accident. Praise God for his recent marriage to Justine. Pray for him and his secretary Robert Tayebwa as they tackle the needs of the Diocese.

  • Pray for Bishop Manasseh as he manages the financial challenges in the Diocese of Gahini. Praise God for the transformation in the Diocese and the enthusiasm for the Gospel that is apparent now. Pray too for the preparations for the celebration of 100 years of the Anglican Church in Rwanda in August 2025 at Gahini.

  • That the churches can train adequate pastors to degree level.

  • That shut churches can find the means to make the required government improvements and re-open.

  • For Bishop Assiel in Kigeme and for further catechists training in the Diocese.

  • For Bishop Nathan of Kigali and the continuing growth in the Missionary Archdeaconry. Now 8 churches all growing over the last 6 years,

Hannah Ministry - Byumba Diocese

Pray for the 80 children who are mostly HIV positive and their often single parents who also are mostly HIV +ve. They live in great poverty and the Hannah team are helping them to keep healthy through the provision of food which enables them to take their life saving drugs. Without Hannah, many might die, and most would not be able to get to school.  

Prayer

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