Africa New Life staff from Rwanda and the United States have been featured in several thought-provoking podcasts about ministry. We invite you to listen to what our leaders have to contribute to current conversations about faith, education, and intercultural teamwork!
Jamie Ivey and Aaron Ivey explore the “other side” of the Rwanda genocide with Charles Mugisha, and the beauty of resilience in the face of unspeakable loss.
Dominic Done sits down with Charles Mugisha, the founder of Africa New Life, to discuss his story, the Rwandan genocide, and the healing he has experienced even after living much of his life in war-torn countries, as a refugee and as a child soldier.
Natasha Sistrunk Robinson and Florence Mugisha dive into Africa New Life’s founding story and how to be a voice for the disadvantaged on the “Conversations for a Changing Culture” series.
Amena Brown talks with Florence Mugisha, co-founder and director of women’s ministry at Africa New Life Ministries. Florence shares the story of her home country, Rwanda, post-genocide and how education for children and vocational training for women continues to help the country rebuild.
Jamie Ivey talks with Natalie Green, Director of Strategic Partnerships, about Africa New Life, the work of its different ministries, and their upcoming trip to see the impact in Rwanda.
CHRISTIANITY TODAY: RWANDA IS 95 PERCENT CHRISTIAN. SO WHY IS IT SHUTTING DOWN THOUSANDS OF CHURCHES?
Charles Mugisha joins the conversation today about the state of faith in the East African country nearly 25 years after its brutal genocide.
Jennie Allen and Dr. Charles Mugisha dive deep into the intentionality of building relationships in Rwanda, and the impact of Africa New Life Ministries.
Check back in for new podcasts soon to see how our staff continues to move forward conversations about ministry and faith!