About Evangelism in GBUR

Mark 16.15: He said to them, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature"

We, in GBUR ministry aim to ensure that every person in our field is reached with the gospel and is faced with a personal invitation to receive Christ.

Therefore, We train our members so that they do evangelism and follow-up of new converts as a lifestyle. We do evangelism mainly through friendship evangelism, door to door evangelism and evangelistic campaigns.

In order to achieve this objective several activities are organized to equip students to evangelize their fellow students at campus and the surrounding communities.

GBUR ´s evangelistic activities

GBUR ´s evangelistic activities

  • Friendship evangelism

    The best evangelism takes place in a context of mutual trust and respect. It takes place between friends. Friendship evangelism is all about building relationship with people in our surroundings with the intention to share the Gospel with them. Friendship evangelism relies on evangelistic bible study where the participants naturally get to know Jesus Christ rather than the facts about Christianity

  • Door to door campaign

    At the campus, many are students who find no interest in attending church program, in order to give them a chance to hear the good news, we encourage and equip GBU members to reach out to those students by taking the gospel to their doorsteps through door to door evangelism.

  • Evangelistic Campaign

    An evangelistic campaign in GBU, is a combination of different evangelistic activities during a period of time such as a week or two, with the aim of proclaiming the good news of salvation to the campus and its surroundings using whichever effective means available

  • Outreach in high school

    Tomorrow's university is in high school today therefore every GBU is encouraged to reach out at minimum one or two high school through frequent visits, partnership, advising and mostly by providing preachers in their congregations

  • Outreach to Rural areas

    There are many places especially rural areas of Rwanda where evangelical churches are very few in number and members. The students organize strategic outreach in partnership with local churches to evangelize and equip local Christians for follow up. We call it mission because it reaching out to other people outside of our fellow students and neighbors. But in mission term it is evangelism because we are reaching our fellow Rwandan.