Real Peace Foundation
Real Peace Foundation (RPF) is led by Abdoul Ntwauburumwansi. He was a Muslim for 38 years, studying the Qu’ran from the age of 3. He became an iman and was in charge of 15 mosques until his dramatic conversion. Following that day, he endured a lot of persecution, including physical attacks and witchcraft. However, he was undeterred in sharing his new faith, which has led to over a hundred Muslims having their own personal encounters with the risen Jesus. He says that meeting Jesus brought a level of joy he’d never experienced before.
Real Peace Foundation’s mission is to reach out to Muslims in love to present them with the gospel through whichever means is available. This might take the form of public debates, in door-to-door outreach, or putting stories on social media. RPF trains churches through seminars and conferences and produces tracts and short books as resources for both Christians and Muslims to engage healthily and knowledgeably, avoiding polemics and misrepresentation. Where Muslim-background believers are persecuted, RPF seeks to assist with school fees, micro-finance initiatives or paying for lodging, until the former are ready to stand again on their own two feet.