Dismas Ngendabanga - Rwanda

Across Rwanda, there is a real need for quality Christian discipleship material to help people in their walk with Jesus. I am producing such materials but also contributing to strategies that help Christians become mature disciples, whether they are new to the faith or have been Christians a long time.

My role is to follow up on evangelism initiatives, giving guidance to pastors, reading reports and sharing fellowship with pastors across the diocese.


To help people live an authentic life under the gospel, through preaching, teaching, guiding and counselling


Coordinating activities relating to evangelism and communication such as field reports, planning training, following up on theological training and writing discipleship tools

More about Dismas Ngendabanga

I was born in 1972 and became a Christian in 1992. My inspiration was that, after being saved, I became eager to live in the house of God and wanted to deliver his message and help Christians mature in their faith.

I taught in primary and secondary schools (1993–1999), then spent two years studying theology at the Protestant University of Butare in Rwanda (1999–2001).

I then became a deacon and was ordained as a pastor in 2002, serving at a church from 2001–2004.

Following that, I went back to university to study theology and divinity at Uganda Christian University, Bishop Barham Campus.

From 2007 I served as a rural dean, a sub-dean of the cathedral and then archdeacon.

CMS sponsored me when I was studying at Uganda Christian University and so I am very happy to be part of CMS-Africa.

Support Global Mission through Local Leaders

Give Now

Cookie Configuration

We use cookies on our website to ensure you have the best browsing experience. Read our Privacy Policy for more information.

These cookies are necessary for the function of the website and cannot be disabled. They are used to save your preferences as you interact with our website, such as your cookie settings.

These cookies allow us to measure traffic on our website. They help us to know which pages are popular and see how visitors move around the site. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous.

These cookies are required for some of the core functionality of the website. They are set by third party content providers, such as video players and maps. If disabled, these content providers will not be loaded.


We use cookies on our website to ensure you have the best browsing experience. Read our Privacy Policy for more information.

Configure Cookies Accept