Bishop Justin Alain builds positive legacy with compassion for supporting gospel musicians

Australia-based Rwandan Bishop and singer Justin Alain has expressed his compassion for supporting gospel musicians by allocating financial resources in a gospel talent hunt competition.

The competition is run by Rise and Shine World Ministry under the Biblical theme retrieved from 1 Peter 4:10 “ As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same one to another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.”

Alain is the founder of Rehoboth Divine Healing church and the Rise and Shine World Ministry.

The Gospel Talent Hunt competition attracted 21 singers from different denominations. Each contestant recorded a video themselves singing Bishop Alain’s latest song “Ugendane nanjye” and sent it to Bishop Alain via his Whatsapp number.

The “Ugendane Nanjye” song was a prayer the singer said in 2016 as he mourned the death of his wife.

He prayed that God would walk with him in the absence of his wife, who left him with three children.

The competition is expected to end on April 16 with a gala in Kigali, according to organisers.

The prizes for the winners include Rwf 1 million, air ticket, performance in coming international crusades organised by Rise and Shine World Ministry, free audio and video song production.