It’s been a year since new measures to combat the COVID 19 pandemic were put in place. Social gatherings like concerts were among the activities that were suspended.
During lockdown, like other religious organizations, True Promises Ministries has embraced the use of technology to keep in touch with their members.
As the government of Rwanda eased restrictions to allow places of worship to host 30 percent of their capacity, On Sunday, March 14, True Promises Ministries hosted a service at Faith Evangelical Church in Gatsata.
Dubbed “ Evening of Praise”, the event also featured performance from Upendo Choir.
Ev. James Huduma, the preacher on the evening, gave a sermon titled “Being what Jesus wants us to be.”
He said people should know what God wants them to do, and avoid losing track and start interfering in God’s works.
Huduma reminded the congregation that the word of God should be the mirror to convict us.
“Influential people in the Kingdom of God are the ones who let the Word of God transform their lives,” he said.
“Truth without love is useless. Jesus told his disciples that they were the salt to the world. If we need to bring influence in the world, we need to do it silently,” he added.
“When God reveals His word to you, you need to share it to others in love. The unsaved people should taste our transformed lives. A good disciple of Christ should abide in God’s word, have Love, and bear fruits.”