Partnering with local churches to reach all young people in Rwanda, every year 90,000 young people are reached and 1,600 young evangelists trained.
Training and seminars are conducted for volunteers and young leaders from local churches to equip them to disciple and mentor new believers.
Music is the language of youth. Young people are trained in music and organise concerts.
Clubs have been established in 50 schools.
Sport is very important to young people and so it is used to minister to those who don’t attend school or who live on the street.
A SCHOOL OF LEADERSHIP AND DISCIPLESHIP
The school was established to develop a generation of young leaders who are followers of Jesus Christ. Each year 40 young students undergo nine months training.
Prayer is the bedrock of the ministry. Mothers, fathers and young people meet in groups to pray for young people and for the ministry.
Through Kigali Christian School, founded in 2006, students are prepared to become leaders who will serve with Godly character. A student sponsorship program provides quality education to students who cannot afford it elsewhere.
Awareness: Young people are helped to understand the dangers of sex outside marriage.
Abstinence: Through “Worth the Wait,” young people are mobilized to make a stand against sex outside marriage.
Assistance: Young people who are in dire need because of poverty, or who are either infected or affected by HIV/AIDS, are helped by ministry to their mothers who are taught skills, provided with work, introduced to Jesus and given the opportunity to generate income through small businesses.
Young people are challenged to serve in poorer communities by participating in various projects. Homes are built for widows and communities are helped.