The Phoenix

The Phoenix

Meet Elder Paul, a full time missionary today and an orphan from the Rwanda genocide yesterday. Hear his tragic story and remarkable testimony of a bright today and a better tomorrow. This story will give new perspective to your challenges and faith.

“My past is redeemed, my present makes sense, and my future is secure” Elder Paul

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  1. Masterful!! Thank You so much for a heartwarming and humbling experience. The gospel of Jesus Christ has truly brought light back into his soul. A real testimony of the healing power of His Atonement.

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  2. That was an incredible story. What a young man. The ability to move forward and to listen to the spirit in your decisions was incredible. This is a story I will share with my priest quorum as I see them on Sunday. So many of our youth struggle with the decision to serve a mission. This story will bless their lives in ways you don’t know. What a beautiful song you sang it was heart felt. Please know the Lord is always there, we are never alone. May the Lord continue to bless you and the people in your mission and continue to share that testimony…..Oh, Please tell the Chabra’s we love them.
    Steve Despain

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  3. Elder Dady Paul, we are so proud of you! How wonderful that you are serving in Uganda! I see you have progressed very well on playing the keyboard since our lessons a few years ago. We have fond memories of all the times we spent with you in Rwanda. Work hard! Love, Sister Wilkes

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    • Thanks a lot for this testimony of our brother hakimana jean paul.
      I got to know this wonderful guy at our church located at Kimihurura. I liked the way he liked church music and remember the way he incited other member to learn and play the piano and even conduct the music during sacrament meeting.

      I am very excited now that his faith has grown and be able to serve in mission.
      Am sure God be with Jean Paul every day. And I am sure he he will keep being a good missionary.
      Elder Fabien Hatangimbabazi
      Kigali 2 Branch

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  4. Love this beautiful message! This gospel can heal the deepest wounds. This was wonderful! Well Done!

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  5. What a wonderful story tears in my eyes and loving thoughts for my African brothers and sisters. Do you know Elder Odokenero, Mugumu, Sis. T, I had a great number of wonderful Ugandana we served with.

    Love to you Elder and our daily prayers are for the Kenya-Nairobi and Ugandan Missionaries.

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  6. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. We in the west have no idea how hard it can be to serve. Thank you for making us more aware.

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