Priority of Mutuality and Interdependence in Finishing the Task

Célestin Musekura, President and CEO of African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries, ends WEC week by encouraging symbiotic relationships between believers, whether on global mission or in local ministry.

World Evangelization Conference (Spring 2017)
  1. Priority of the Gospel that Transforms Lives
  2. Priority of Reaching the Unreached with the Gospel
  3. Priority of the Divine Calling and Assignment
  4. Priority of Mutuality and Interdependence in Finishing the Task
Celestin Musekura
Rev. Dr. Celestin Musekura, was born and raised in Rwanda. He is the Founder and President of African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM), a ministry he started in the response of the Genocide in his home country of Rwanda in 1994. The mission of ALARM is to develop servant leaders in the Church and community who reconcile and transform lives affected by violence and injustice. With staff all over the continent, the vision of ALARM is Africa without violent tribal and religious conflicts. He received a Bachelor of Theology at Kenya Highlands Evangelical University in Kenya, a Master of Divinity at the Africa International University (AIU), a Master of Sacred Theology at Dallas Theological Seminary, a Master of Science in Justice Administration and Leadership at the University of Texas, Dallas, and a Ph.D. in Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. Celestin splits his time between the ALARM office in the U.S. and on the ground training in East and Central Africa where he specializes in communal forgiveness, servant leadership and justice administration. Celestin is married to Bernadette and they have four adult children.
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