Republic of Rwanda

Population: 11 million



  • Total area: 26,338 sq km, slightly smaller than Albania
  • Known as “Land of a Thousand Hills.”  Rwanda has six volcanoes, twenty-three lakes and numerous rivers.  Some forming the source of the great Nile River.
Religious Diversity:
  • 89.12% Christian
  • 5.20% Muslim
  • 3.80% Ethnoreligionist
  • 1.70% Non-religious
  • 0.18% Baha’i

2prayClaim the scriptural promise of Ephesians 3:20 as you pray for Rwanda!

Praise and prayer requests:

  • Praise God for follow-up materials, videos and audios, produced in Kinyarwanda language. These are easily transferred on social media platforms. Thank God also for online follow-up of Hope2020, materials produced on our YouTube channel. Feedbacks, views, subscribers and sharing are all increasing.
  • Thank God for various online events and conferences with disciples attending and participating, with positive feedback.
  • Praise God for six new potential fulltime staff members and 17 people committed to join CMP (Campus Missionary Program) as interns. Pray for our ongoing recruitment process and training of staff and interns as well as volunteers.
  • Ask God for our ongoing ministry transition process to be smooth and peaceful.
  • Pray for discovery and development of existing and new ministry partners. 
  • Pray God will give wisdom for our Student-led Movement, on how to balance online and physical ministry, since the Government has announced the reopening of schools. 
  • Pray for translation of materials like Walking with Jesus, the JESUS Film and GodTools in the Kinyarwanda language.

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Prayers: 899

  • The East African Revival began in Rwanda in the 1930s. Sadly the blessing of the revival was lost and the heritage of tribalism returned. However, today God is doing something new. According to the testimonies of senior Christian leaders, the majority of believers are not just “Christian” in name only, but are committed followers of Christ.