A Canadian Christian ministry

 

to bring God’s Love and

 

Truth to the neediest

 

“Therefore, if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there in front of the altar. First go and be reconciled to your brother; then come and offer your gift.”

(Matthew 5:23 NIV)

 

“Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.”

(Matthew 6:12 NIV)

Actions (Cont’d)

 

 

CANADA (1997-2012)

 

In 2011-2012, in Ontario and Québec

· Sensitized and mobilized several churches and Christian organizations on their role against Gender Based Violence Human Trafficking

· Organized the screening of the movie Nefarious in several churches and presented the UBUNTU Strategy

 

1997-2008, in New Brunswick and Québec

· Mobilized Christian leaders from the Great Lakes region in Africa on reconciliation and peace

· Christian ministry Justice & Rights in Montreal, Quebec

· Conferences in Montreal on Human Rights, racism against the Native Canadians, immigrants and the Black Community

· Christian Embassy in Montreal, a church pastored by Denis Roumestan (services, Bible studies and community services)

· Legal defence and services for Christians and others, churches, and a persecuted messianic Jewish church

· Supported the Embassy of Honduras in the relief to victims of Hurricane Mitch,

· Conferences at the Université du Québec à Montréal for African students (“Being an African Student in Quebec” and “Can I just be Francophone?”)

· Conference  in Montreal on the 1999 Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination (“We, the Society of Tomorrow”)

· Denis Roumestan has been President of the Advisory Committee of the Black Coalition of Quebec, Canada

· Organized and promoted the 30th anniversary of the Black Coalition of Quebec

· Connected the Christians of the First Nations of America and Rwandan Christians, both victims of genocide, during the first Canadian “Gathering of All Nations” in Ottawa, to heal the hearts and the land

· Organized four African Fashion Shows in Canada and the US (among them, Montreal “Vues d’Afrique” and “Just For Laughs” Festivals, Afriqu’Elles show during the 1999 Summit of the Organisation of African Unity), to promote the unique qualities of the African Woman and create business opportunities for the designers

· Interacted on numerous occasions with media in Canada (Radio Canada, Radio Canada International, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation CBC Radio One, TVA, TQS, CJAD, CKUT, CJNT, The Gazette, Le Devoir, Montreal Community Contact, La Presse, Le Journal de Montréal, le Tambour, Information Morning, CBC Saint John, NB), in the US (the Press, the Daily Journal, the Cumberland County Reminder) and in the Caribbean (Radio St-Martin, Radio Maranatha, Good News Herald)

· Set up the Christian ministry Justice & Equity, Inc. in Quispamsis, New Brunswick

· Conferences in New Brunswick with churches and cultural centres on the Rwandan genocide, and a radio programme on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC St John) about the situation of the Great Lakes region in Africa

· Conferences at the University of New Brunswick (Saint John and Fredericton) about the rebuilding of Rwanda

 

 

 

 

Canada U.S.A. Caribbean Bermuda Rwanda Burundi DR Congo Uganda South Sudan

Southern Africa

Justice & Equity, Inc.