Daniel and Kari Hanlon are missionaries of The Anglican Church of North America, sent to Rwanda by Church of the Redeemer (Chicago) and the Rocky Mountain Diocese. They have lived and ministered in Rwanda since July 2011, seeking to participate in the work of the church. They are passionate about seeing people discipled and growing in faith. They are guided by the mission of equipping church leaders and lay people who will in turn “equip the saints for the work of ministry, so that the body of Christ will be built up” (Ephesians 4:11-12).
Daniel and Kari serve alongside their Rwandan colleagues to develop resources and implement trainings for pastors and lay leaders who would otherwise have very little biblical, theological or ministerial training. They also assist in the ongoing effort to encourage discipleship, through initiatives such as a national radio program, Bible studies and small groups, church calendar resources, Sunday school ministry, and pastoral engagement. Dan also teaches at a local Bible college – CLIR (Christian Leadership Institute of Rwanda). They are members of St. Etienne Cathedral (ACR, Kigali Diocese), where Daniel was ordained and now serves as assisting priest. Kari serves as the Children’s ministry leader for the English Congregation. Kari also serves at Kigali International Community School. The Hanlons also provide a point of connection for Anglican churches in the US seeking to participate in the work of the church in Rwanda. Daniel and Kari live in Kigali with their two young children, Josiah and Norah.
You can reach them by email: Hanlons.Rwanda@gmail.com
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