Frida: Chosen to Die, Destined to Live
Having witnessed the brutal massacre of her entire family by Hutu men, Frida received a blow to the head that was intended to kill. She was then buried alongside her 15 family members. Regaining consciousness some time later, she was...
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Having witnessed the brutal massacre of her entire family by Hutu men, Frida received a blow to the head that was intended to kill. She was then buried alongside her 15 family members. Regaining consciousness some time later, she was eventually helped from the grave by a young man who worked for the family. Only she survived. This book tells the true, dramatic story of Frida's survival amid the horror of the 1994 Rwanda genocide against the Tutsis, as well as her journey of salvation, healing and transformation through forgiveness. Despite great adversity, the message is one of hope, resilience and God's grace.
Frida was born in the town of Nyanza, in the country of Rwanda on March 14th, 1980. Where she lived with her parents and 5 siblings. Frida and her family were victims of the 1994 Rwanda Genocide against the Tutsis. Her entire family was killed during that genocide that took a million of innocent lives within just 100 days. Frida was only 14 years old when she was buried alive alongside her 15 family members yet later, miraculously rescued by a young man who worked for her family. Frida is now a mother of three beautiful children, Maxwell, Natasha, and Asher Regis. A graduate of BGSU Firelands with a Degree in Communication. Speaking in different settings internationally and locally, Frida has shared her story of a miraculous survival, God's grace, the power of forgiveness, inner healing and resilience. This includes the UN Headquarters in New York during the 2016 Annual Commemoration of the Rwanda Genocide against the Tutsis where Frida shared her story. Frida is also the author of "Frida, Chosen to Die, Destined to Live."