Reverend Jean de Dieu Nzeyimana is married to Pauline Mukeshimana and together they are blessed with two children, Moses Icyishaka and Grace Ishimwe.

Jean and Pauline are dedicated to serving the Lord wherever He will send them, and in response to His call, they currently serve the people of God in the migrant communities of Louisville, Kentucky and people in Rwanda through Gate of Hope Ministries International.

Gate of HopeMinistries Intl. became a 501 ( c ) 3 in 2008, and Pastor Jean de Dieu serves as the Executive Director while his wife serves as a Program Director.

“It has been nearly twenty years since the war and genocide started. My country is still bleeding from the war. Today, we still have heartbroken widows and orphans from both genocide and HIV/AIDS. Today, a great number of men remain in prisons. Their wives live as widows and their children as orphans.”

The Nzeyimana family learned from our Lord and Master Jesus Christ the healing power of forgiveness and the peace and freedom we gain from loving and striving for reconciliation. That is the message they convey as they serve God through Gate of Hope Ministries International. In 2001 God sent Jean and Pauline to the States for further studies. Pauline graduated in 2005 with a Doctorate in Missiology and Pastor Jean de Dieu graduated with Masters both in Divinity and in Christian Education.

… And surely I am with you always, to the very end of ages. Mathew 28: 18- 20