Christ Walks Where Evil Reigned
The genocide in 1994 left the Rwandan people feeling God was lost or hidden, a common feeling when people have experienced violent abuse against them. Because of the appalling slaughter of the genocide, Satan and evil are often perceived to...
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The genocide in 1994 left the Rwandan people feeling God was lost or hidden, a common feeling when people have experienced violent abuse against them. Because of the appalling slaughter of the genocide, Satan and evil are often perceived to be more powerful than God. This book suggests a way forward. Although God was not responsible for the carnage of the genocide, he does want to be part of the healing of its wounds. Christ Walks Where Evil Reigned is a book of action, outlining God's plans for Rwanda and in all countries and communities like it that are searching for healing and wholeness. People seeking healing from past trauma and those wishing to widen their relationship with Christ with a greater understanding of evil and the triumph and redemption of the finished work of Christ will greatly benefit from reading this book.
Peter R. Holmes (MA, PhD) is a management trainer and co-founder of both Christ Church Deal, Kent and Rapha. He is also a member of the Chartered Management Institute, the Association of Therapeutic Communities (ATC) and a Lead Reviewer on the Community of Communities Research Project of the ATC and the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
He is the author of Becoming More Human: Exploring the Interface of Spirituality; Discipleship and Faith Community; Trinity In Human Community: Exploring Congregational Life in the image of the Social Trinity and The Fasting Journey, and the co-author of Becoming More Like Christ: A Contemporary Biblical Journey; Changed Lives: Extraordinary Stories of Ordinary People; Christ walks where evil Reigned and Introducing Salugenic Community: Journeying into Christ
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Archbishop Emmanuel Kolini is Archbishop of the Province of the Episcopal Church of Rwanda and Bishop of Kigali.