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Priority of the Divine Calling and Assignment

The third session of WEC with Célestin Musekura, President and CEO of ALARM, proposes how to maintain the calling of God when there are threats and safety is not a guarantee.

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
Célestin Musekura
Célestin Musekura, serves as president and CEO of African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM) a ministry he founded in the aftermath of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. ALARM equips church leaders, pastors, and Christian professionals to address the issues of nominal Christianity, ethnic violence and tribalism in East and Central Africa, and helps train them in biblical servant leadership, peacebuilding, conflict resolution, mediation, forgiveness, and reconciliation.
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