A Christian genocide survivor’s story of forgiving those who caused her unspeakable pain

By Eugenie Muhorakeye "It is a hard thing to forgive. It is God who can assist people to forgive," says Francine Mizero, a survivor who lost family members during...

What does hosting renowned foreign musicians mean to Rwanda’s gospel music industry?

This week, gospel music lovers in Rwanda and Africa welcomed a collaboration song between Rwanda’s True Promises Worship Team and renowned South African gospel singer Rev. Benjamin Dube. Titled “Mana Urera” (translated as God You...

Appolinaire Nshuti features Patient Bizimana in new song

In his fourth song, Gospel artiste Appolinaire Nshuti has featured renowned gospel singer Patient Bizimana. Titled "Ineza," the recently released song carries a message to remind Christians that they should always recognize God’s work, according...

“I will do music all the way to my seventies” – Bigizi Gentil

By Sam Mujyanama Renowned gospel singer, song writer and guitarist says he will do music all the way till he is in his seventies. Currently based in the United States of America, Bigizi has done a...

The story of Ev. Mudenge, the Genocide survivor who lost 51 relatives but rose...

By Frederic Byumvuhore A period of three hours was not enough for 56-year-old Boniface Mudenge, who miraculously survived the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, to recount his horrible story. Around 1:00 pm on Friday April 2,...

Yesu Araje Family slams Genocide deniers, sends message to Rwandan youth

By Chantal Bashal Yesu Araje Family, a group of youth, a majority of whom were born after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi has joined efforts to fight against genocide denial and trivialization. The Genocide, is...

Kwibuka 27: Jehovah Jireh Choir comforts Rwandans through new song

By Chantal Bashal Ahead of the 27th commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, artistes and choirs have been showing their empathy to all Rwandans by delivering messages of comfort. In a new song “Wagaruye Umucyo”...

Easter message: Believers reminded of the real meaning of the day

Celebrated annually, Easter is an important day where Christians remember the day when Jesus Christ resurrected three days after being crucified at Calvary hill in Jerusalem, over 2000 years ago. According to scriptures, Jesus’ death...

PICTURES: True Promises, Healing, and El-Shaddai choirs treat believers to an amazing Easter concert

Hundreds of believers on Easter Sunday gathered at Faith Evangelical church in Gatsata – Kigali for an evening of worship headlined by prominent choirs like True Promises, Healing Worship Team, and El-Shaddai. True Promises Ministries...

Civil marriage is not a permit for premarital sex. It is a sin

By Chantal Bashal  In his letter to the Ephesians, Paul the Apostle encourages believers to uphold good ways to imitate God. (Ephesians 5:1-2). Paul mentions areas which are sinful and not acceptable for believers, especially sexual...

PHOTOS: Regional Christian University opens in Kigali

By Frederic BYUMVUHORE The Anglican Church in Rwanda has launched a Christian University aimed at sharpening pastors’ knowledge in religious-related courses, instill Christian values among Christians, and prepare them to serve the congregation efficiently and...

National Prayer Breakfast: Pr. Rutayisire shares important leadership insights

This year's edition of the national prayer breakfast took place via virtual platforms as the country is continuing to make efforts of preventing the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. During the event, Pr. Antoine Rutayisire...

Easter Celebration: It reminds me ‘the Cross.’ What about you? Chantal

Every time I hear the word Easter, the first thing that prickles my mind is the Cross. What do you understand by Easter? It is so uncommon for Christians to say they don't know much...

Ev. Nizigiye speaks out on his 15-year journey to change drug-addicted youth

By Chantal Bashal Evangelist Augustin Nizigiye grew up with a passion for evangelizing to the young generation, pleading with them to change their ways, leave bad habits, and commit their lives to Jesus. The passion stems...

Tanzania’s late president Magufuli: An example of believing in God

By Eugenie MUHORAKEYE Tanzanian President Dr. John Pombe Magufuli, an exemplary leader who showcased faith in God passed on due to heart disease on March 17. Shortly after his passing, videos which testify of his goodness...

The Covid-19 pandemic in the eyes of a Rwandan living in the US

By Viviane KIREZI I remember when it was announced that everything is going to shut down, that Sunday I started attending church online again. I say attending online again because I was used to attending...

Digital Era: How would Jesus use Social Media?

Social media has changed our world. There are currently more than one billion active users on Facebook alone with other networks such as Pinterest, Instagram, WhatsApp, Tiktok, SnapChat and Twitter representing hundreds of millions...

REFERSH WOMEN GATHERING is back

Refresh Women Conference is organised and hosted annually by New life bible church one of the evangelical churches in Rwanda that is spiritually growing at the fastest pace to redeem the body of Christ. ...

Vox Pop: Gospel personalities share their experience during the Covid-19 pandemic

By Eugenie MUHORAKEYE,& correspondent  First detected in Wuhan, China at the end of 2019, the Covid-19 pandemic has affected several nations, including Rwanda. It has led to measures such as lockdowns and curfews, which have...

Ev. Huduma preaches on God’s Will as True Promises Ministries gets back on stage...

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...