November of 2013, TFC Kenya was introduced to a Rwanda native, Aminadab Mbanzabugabo. He not only was interested in helping with Teens For Christ, but taking it back to his country. He wanted the teenagers of Rwanda to hear about the saving power of Jesus Christ! He worked with TFC Kenya for about 5 months and then went back home to start TFC Rwanda. There has been tremendous opportunities for the Gospel in Rwanda. Directors of schools calling and begging Teens For Christ to meet in their schools with their students, conferences inviting TFC to come and share, and many, many students receiving Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. Aminadab is hoping to see over 50,000 teens a week coming to a TFC chapter meeting in the 2015 school year. The growth would be tremendous, but nothing is impossible with God!

Aminadab Mbanzabugabo, pictured here with his wife (Diane) and son (Brayden), was born June 10th, 1984. He grew up in the Nyarugenge District of Kigali. He received his degrees in Professional Business Management and Mission Work and Theology from Manahaim Educational Institute in Nairobi Kenya in 2013. Soon after, he began training to direct TFC in his country and has been with us officially since 2014.

To the left is a picture of 22 students from the Kigali Region of Rwanda who are going through a year long discipleship program put on by our ministry.

To the right is a picture of a teacher and his students after he accepted Christ as Savior when TFC went into his school. He has committed to volunteer for the ministry after he is discipled for a while.

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