Brigitte Kitenge is an American missionary who is a Native of Rwanda; she is one of the few who survived the genocide of 1994.
She miraculously escaped to the DR (Democratic Republic) of Congo, formerly known as Zaire. There she did her post secondary studies in Administration and Business Management. In 1998 she fled from Congo to Uganda where she left and eventually arrived in the United States of America in 2000 along with her four daughters and their father.
She also earned a Master’s degree in Art of Ministry and a Doctorate in Philosophy of Ministry from the Newburgh Theological Seminary and College of the Bible in Indiana 2007. She is an ordained minister through the American Missionary Baptist, a Chaplain through Nashville Partnership with St Thomas Clinical Pastoral Care Education, a recipient of the “Leadership Award” from the Newburgh Theological Seminary IN 2007 and the “Ann L. Reskovac Courage Award” from Scarritt Bennett In Nashville TN 2009 she is a preacher and a teacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ the Son of the living GOD, and a conference speaker. Her passion is to know Jesus Christ the Savior and make the power of the Cross known.
Doctorate Graduation Ceremony from Newburgh Theological Seminary