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But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.
Peter Ndikumana was born and raised in Rwanda and in a Catholic Church family, and did not have a personal relationship with God. In 1994, when Peter was 14 years old, about 800 thousand people lost their lives in Rwanda Tutsi Genocide. After his family was scattered, Peter found himself with his dad and uncle. Peter watched his uncle murdered while he and his dad were to be next. At that moment, Peter remembered a story his mom told him when he was 6 years old, about someone powerful named God. Peter heard a voice telling him to make a vow to God. Peter vowed to God that he would surrender his life and serve Him forever if He rescued him. Miraculously, God saved Peter’s life that day, and he surrendered his life to Jesus.
God used Peter to plant Foursquare Gospel Church of Rwanda, serving as General Secretary of the church, Peter helped multiplying one church to twenty-eight more sister churches within six years. He served as Executive Secretary for Rwanda Reconciliation Ministry, independent adoption consultant and Discipleship director for Tent Makers of Rwanda. Peter spoke to big crusades and watched thousands people surrendering their lives to Jesus. Peter is proud of his role as a husband to Ruth and father to Dear, Ken and Levi.
In 2012, Peter and his family moved to USA and settled in Kingwood. Peter has a Master’s of Bible and Theology and Doctor of Theology both from Faith Christian University. Peter has a heart for the lost and the Lord called him to plant Immanuel Community Church in Kingwood, with a vision to multiply many churches in USA and around the world.
Stephanie and her husband Jerry have been long time members of the Kingwood community. Along with their three children, they enjoy music, movies and family time.