Youth Trainees
HWEC for Leaders in Kicukiro
Soap making Training
Handing the candle MMI to Rabagirana
RBC Graduates 2016

Coming Up


Its this February where we are looking forward on meeting jobless university graduates
we shall be giving them skills on job hunting and both skills on how to start thinking on small projects that can be done to avoid idling around or just sitting at home doing nothing.

we pray that God is going to intervene in this great activity


Leadership and Integral Mission Training in Kenya

From 9th To 14th March, Rabagirana Ministries has been helping Way of Peace to run a training for the Anglican Diocese clergy in Marsabit and the same type of training for Moyale fellowship of pastors both in Northern Kenya.
This area is semi-arid, inhabited by nomadic herders. On the way to Moyale it is amazing to see the proximity between human beings and wild animals. Because of the draught hundreds of cattle, donkeys and camels died. We praise God that agencies, government and churches are distributing aid. In the past the reduction of livestock in one tribe could cause inter-ethnic raids, but with the generosity of all and provision of aid, people hope violence will not erupt. Way of peace is very active in sustaining peace as the Nation of Kenya goes through elections.
The two training helped the church leaders to strengthen their unity, commit to peace building and devise ways of responding adequately to the different needs (wrongly called non-spiritual) of the communities.
It was exciting to see pastors, mainly from Moyale going back decided to run events that promote peace, become agents of community holistic transformation and increase in inter-religious dialogue.
Thanks to Way of Peace to give us the opportunity to serve the people of Kenya.

HWEC Worshop for Church Leaders in Kicukiro

In partnership with God Cares ,we are running a 2 day workshop for 65 Leaders preparing for 23rd Genocide commemoration.
people are very responsive ,sharing their personal stories and giving testimonies of healing .

Soap Making Training

Our team facilitated training for women in Masaka in Soap making, the group is now up running, ready to produce and raise income.

  • Please click here for the workshop report
  • Weekly Devotions

    ‘The light shone in the darkness, the darkness did not overcome’ …. John 1:5

    This is said about the life and ministry of Jesus during the time of empty religious routine of the Pharisees and the worship of the Roman Emperors. The message of Jesus was not taken seriously. He was the light of the world shining in the darkness of sin and hopelessness. Later Jesus told his disciples that they were the light of the world (Mat 5:13-16). Their light was not easily welcomed. However as the powers of darkness attempted to put off the light by killing Jesus, they also attempted to put off the light of the Gospel by killing the apostles. The failure of darkness to overcome light is a permanent truth today even in situations where evil seems to have the last say. May we learn to see God even in the darkest moments of life!


    Rabagirana Institute for Reconciliation

    Powerful healing and reconciliation workshops, leading participants through carefully structured material, have helped many people to face and express their pain, and to move into a restored hope and reconciliation with their neighbours.

    church and Community mobilization

    We work with local church and government leaders to develop community-owned projects, initiatives and co-operatives, in order to empower people to realise their God-given capacity to be their own solution to their problems.

    Rabagirana Bible College

    Combining basic theology with the practical application of biblical principles for reconciliation and development, our bible school provides Christian leaders with an accredited certificate and equips them to work effectively within their community.