I am Onesphore Hakizimana a graduate from UR-Nyagatare campus, Joining STEM was an opportunity for me to be firmly established as a disciple. With this year spent in STEM, I have learned to trust and obey God. I no longer ask for many confirmations in order to do what God wants me to do, all I ask, is how I can fit in.Read More
Based on Ephesians 4:12 “to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ”, from Friday 9th to Sunday 11th June, 2017 GBUR has organized a leadership training bringing together leaders in GBU from all over the country to equip them with biblical leadership skills and principles that shape […]Read More
“God protected us so that today we may testify that he is all powerful” these are the words of Mr. Michel Kayitaba a genocide survivor who delivered the word of God in the genocide commemoration event organized by GBUR on Friday May 26, to remember its members who died in the genocide perpetrated against Tutsi in […]Read More
“This is a great day, to thank God for what he has done both for GBUR as a ministry and to myself for what the Lord did in my life personally.” G.S. Samson Rukundo Sunday 26th February 2017, at ULK (independent university of Kigali) Gisozi campus, All members, friends and partners of GBUR ministry come […]Read More
The year 2016 in GBUR, wasn’t marked by any so called “big event” such as national conference or other, yet God continued to sustain His ministry in more critical times. 2016 was a year of establishing new leadership in almost all aspect of GBUR ministry.
In the beginning, a general assembly elected a new board council also known as National Executive committee (NEC) and this committee’s number one job was to find a new General secretary (GS); Because, after the resignation of the GS previously commissioned Mrs. Alice MUGENI, Mr. MABASI Albert who have been acting as GS had now been elected the chairman of NEC.
If you have heard a testimony of a newly convert Christian it might have come about something like “I didn’t know Christ, now I thank God I have known him”. And if you ask “what major benefit of having met Christ have you enjoyed most?” he/she might answer: “oh the joy of being forgiven, of […]Read More
It happened this Saturday 5th November, with students from Kicukiro college of Technology who attended a Discipleship training program organized by Dominique and his wife Arlene who also opened their home for ministry hosting this training in their home. Different topics were covered, among which the assurance of salvation; what is discipleship; the cost of […]Read More
How many times have you seen a person with a disability in the church? It is easy to dismiss a person or group if they cannot help you or are not like you. However, as a believer it is important to consider each person. God values each person-man, woman, nationality, economic status, age, rich, poor, […]Read More
IFES world student day in GBUR, was celebrated in regions, students enjoying a great time together as members of the same movement, which also added another aspect on their sense of belonging; the preaching of the word of God focusing on the call to love our neighbors which was also the theme of the day; a moment to explain what is and why world student day in IFES and a prayer session for student ministry locally and world wide.Read More
GBUR being a continuation of the gospel movement in the Rwandan student world, we always move with the academic timeline; after the leadership training to equip new student leaders and the joining of new campus staff, the awaited academic year 2016-2017 has finally started, on the 13th for university of Rwanda (UR) and the 19th […]Read More