GO RWANDA Student Leaders
This trip is currently full for female applicants only.
Calling all High School Students! This trip is for you! Do not miss out on this incredible opportunity to build relationships with our brothers and sisters in Christ at Agape Community Church in Rwanda. As Rwanda continues the work of reconciliation after the 1994 genocide, there is something unique and beautiful about this place that has experienced so much pain. The people are joyful, full of life and committed to forgiveness and healing in their nation. There’s so much for all of us to learn from their incredible journey and strength. This trip will change you and the way you see the world. It will change the way you experience grace and forgiveness. You will have an opportunity to be stretched and lead, sharing your faith and encouraging Rwandan youth in their own. When you go on mission with Jesus, you never come back the same. Join us!
For more information about this trip please email the Team Leader, Keith Page at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Student Leader Teams are especially designed for mature students desiring to go deeper in their relationship with Christ and His love for the Nations. Applications from juniors and seniors, student leadership and those who have participated in at least one other GO Student Team will be given priority. Applicants may be asked to submit a Spiritual Mentor Reference by a Compassion pastor, staff member or life group leader. Once accepted, you will be asked to submit a $100 deposit which will confirm your spot on the team.
Anastase & Esperance Sabamungu
About Anastase & Esperance Sabamungu
After serving as a pastor in the neighboring country of Uganda since 1988, Anastase returned with his family to his home country of Rwanda shortly after the horrific genocide in 1994. Answering a calling from God to establish a ministry for the multitude of people traumatized by this tragedy. In 1995, Agape Community church was launched, where Anastase has served faithfully as Pastor. In the wake of the genocide, there was an overwhelming need for forgiveness. To this end, Anastase served with African Evangelist Enterprise-Rwanda as Coordinator of Helaing and Reconciliation from 1996-2003, leading reconciliation workshops for pastors and church leaders. He has also served as the Board Chairman for Good News Prison and Jail Ministry Rwanda, a Partner of Compassion Christian Church.
- That Anastase would be a blessing in the name of Jesus to his people
- For Agape’s outreach to an unevangelized people group in South Sudan
- For Anastase’s children as they complete their schooling