October 2017-now:Visiting lecturer at the University of Bamberg, Germany
2021- date: Chair of the Postgraduate Committee in the MA Programs
2016- October 2020: Coordinator for Masters Programs of Theology at PIASS
2009-date:Part-time Pastor in ADEPR, Ngoma Local Church (Huye)
2006 – date: Lecturer of New Testament and Greek at the FTPB-PIASS
2005 – 2010:: Coordinator of Continuing Theological Training in ADEPR, Butare Region
August 15, 2005:Ordination to pastoral ministry in the Pentecostal Church of Rwanda (ADEPR)
2005 – March 2008 :Administrative Secretary at the FTPB
2002 – 2005:Tutorial Assistant at the Faculty of Protestant Theology of Butare (FTPB)
1998-1999:Teacher of New Testament at ADEPR’s Institut Biblique de Gisenyi
Riches et pauvres dans l’évangile de Luc », in ISANGANO (Publication de la Faculté de Théologie Protestante de Butare, no5), 2004, pp.16-33.
Coauthor: “Entrepreneurship in the Protestant Churches in Rwanda: A contribution to Poverty Reduction”, in Entrepreneurship and Poverty Reduction in Rwanda (PIASS Publication Series, No3), 2012, pp.6-29.
“L’Eglise de Pentecôte au Rwanda (ADEPR)”, in Th. Gatwa & L. Rutinduka , (dir), Histoire du christianisme au Rwanda : Des origines à nos jours, Yaoundé, 2014, pp.177-210
"Theological Reflection on Church Property", in African Church Assets Programme ACAP: Workshop Report, Nairobi/Geneva, Globethics, 2016, pp.23-24.
Two book reviews: Johnson Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, (2015), Sighs and signs of the Spirit: Ghanaian Perspectives on Pentecostalism and Renewal in Africa, Exchange 46 (2017) 79-84; Wilfred Asampambila Agana, (2016), “Succeed Here and in Eternity”: The Prosperity Gospel in Ghana, (Exchange 46-4 (2017) 1-5.
Coauthor of “Influence of the Rwandan Worldview on Charismatic and Pentecostal Churches in Rwanda” published in Théologie Africaine, église et Sociétés, N° 11 (2017) 181-209.
Habarurema, V. (2017), Christian Generosity according to 2 Cor. 8-9: Its Exegesis, Reception and Interpretation Today in Dialogue with the Prosperity Gospel in sub-Saharan Africa, Carlisle, Langham Monographs.
Habarurema, V. & Munyansanga, O., “Ubudehe: Reinventing a Social Solidarity Practice: Lessons from the Bible”, in Home Grown Solutions: Reconciliation and Reconstruction of Rwanda, PIASS Series no 12 (2018), 121-139.
Habarurema, V. & Ntakirutimana E., “Ubudehe and Diaconia: Theological and Moral Perspectives for Social Solidarity in Rwanda”, in Home Grown Solutions: Reconciliation and Reconstruction of Rwanda”, PIASS Series no 12 (2018), 75-102.
Habarurema, V. (2017), “Diakonia in the New Testament”, in Diaconia in Protestant Churches in Rwanda, PIASS Series no 9, 19-27.
Habarurema, V. & Lugazia, F., The East-African Revival: Voices of Neglected Witnesses in Rwanda from 1930-1970s (upcoming).
2018-date:The East-African Revival: Voices of Neglected Witnesses in Rwanda from 1930-1970s
2019-2021:Training of pastors and pastors’ spouses on poverty reduction; training of youth on human trafficking; training of pastors’ spouses and lay people on biblical interpretation (presentation and facilitation)
2018-2019:Facilitator in the project of "Sharing Knowledge with Parishes" The project was run by PIASS and aimed at sharing knowledge with parishes through training of pastors, pastors’ spouses, elders and lay people.
2015-2017:The contribution of African worldview and spirituality in shaping African Christianity today: a case of neo-Pentecostal and Charismatic churches in Rwanda
CONFERENCES: PRESENTATION & FACILITATION
The contribution of African worldview and spirituality in shaping African Christianity today: A case of neo-Pentecostal and charismatic churches in Rwanda, Conference organized by Nagel Institute in Abidjan, March 5-11, 2017 (co-presenter with Rev. Dr. Faith K. Lugazia).
God, Wealth Provider and Healer: Experiences from Pentecostalism in Rwanda: Presentation on New Quests for God Contributions of Theology to a Resilient Society: Conference organized by the Protestant Theological University 24 – 26 April 2017, Amsterdam
The East-African Revival: Voices of Neglected Witnesses in Rwanda from 1930-1970s, Lund (Sweden): September 1-October 31, 2019 (co-presenter with Rev. Dr. Faith K. Lugazia)
Central Aspects of the Theology of Pentecostal Churches in Africa: Presentation at RUB-PUR International Conference on Churches as civil society stakeholders engaged for ecological justice. Perspective from Africa and Europe on February 5-6, 2021.
MEMBERSHIP AND AWARD
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