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Discipleship Training at UR-Huye Campus, 4 got saved.

Posted on January 28, 2018     By Ishimwe Bolis

January 22-26, 2018 at University of Rwanda (UR) Huye campus there was a Discipleship Training program (DTP). DTP is an annual training organized to help students understand the great commission,  God’s heart for  his people and the balance between career, family and missions so that they can live lives devoted to God and his purpose. This […]

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GBU-UR-Busogo has new leaders for 2017-2018

Posted on January 26, 2018     By GBU-UR-Busogo

Saturday 6th January 2018, was a great day for GBU Busogo.  Members were full of joy as we celebrated with the new committee for the academic year 2017-2018, and appreciated the service of the outgoing committee. We call it handover party.  We organize a service in which the general secretary (G.S) shares the word of […]

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God’s faithfulness in a changing University

Posted on January 23, 2018     By Johnny

With the start of the academic year 2017-2018, the University of Rwanda, the only public and the largest, announced the shifting of its schools and colleges to new campuses. Students in the same college or school were to study in the same campus. This implied the closing of some campuses, as well as the shift […]

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GBU-KCT Wishes The Best To Its Members In The Exam

Posted on January 19, 2018     By Groupe Biblique Universitaire -Kicukiro College of Technology GBU-KCT

The Leadership of GBU at Kicukiro College of technology wish success to all GBU Members now that they are in the period of Exam. We are also reminding our members to worship God with our academic performance as well as all aspects of our lives. Work hard and Trust God. President Mugisha Alain, 5 Trust in the […]

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Student Ministry Impact -Testimony of Onesphore

Posted on September 7, 2017     By Johnny

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.

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