We are delighted that members of Sutton Coldfield Baptist Church have been inspired by hearing Theo’s story to raise money for Rema in Burundi. June – September 2019 various teams will be tackling the 3-peaks challenge – Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon within 24 hours! Plus climbing Scafell Pike in a day.


Julie and Annabelle have been raising money for Rema Burundi by running the Birmingham Half-Marathon on 14th October! Find out more here

Theo Visit to the UK 2018

Theo Mbazumutima (director of Rema Burundi) had a really successful visit to the UK in November 2018. He had a full programme spending time with Rema UK, Mission Possible UK, Mission International, speaking at the Africa CMS Conference at Swanwick 9th – 11th November, and visiting various friends and supporters of Rema. His tour took him to England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. He updated us on the developments at Rema Burundi and challenges faced in country at this time plus shared his amazing testimony as told in his biography ‘My Country Wept’. We are really grateful to the many people inspired by his story.  Contact us at info@remauk.org to order a copy or order from Amazon.

Theo’s biography is out now. One man’s amazing story of how God protected and provided for him in the midst of the Burundian civil war and brought him to a place of grace, forgiveness and restoration.



Theodore Mbazumutima was forced to flee from his native Burundi when tensions between Hutus and Tutsis increased after the death of Hutu President Ndadaye. His dangerous and incredible journey fleeing civil war is told in this page-turning, gripping account of God’s miraculous intervention, protection and guidance.

Theo is now Director of Rema Burundi (previously Rema Ministries), which has established itself as a peace-building organisation committed to the rights of people in forced displacement situations, particularly refugees, the internally displaced and returnees.

Contact us at info@remauk.org to order a copy or order from Amazon.

Autumn 2018 newsletter

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Rema newsletter Autumn 2018

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