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Rwanda: The Land God Forgot?

Meg Guillebaud

Rwanda: The Land God Forgot?

Meg Guillebaud

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Revival, genocide and hope. Read about the East African revival in this utterly compulsive and riveting story about the Meg Guillebaud's missionary family and two warring nations wrestling with centuries old tribal hatred.

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Revival, genocide and hope. Read about the East African revival in this utterly compulsive and riveting story about the Meg Guillebaud's missionary family and two warring nations wrestling with centuries old tribal hatred.
- Koorong

A personal account of missionary witness in a land which has known not only the triumphs of faith but also the terrible events of the genocide in 1994 which led to the deaths of some 800,000 people. Ostensibly the story of the Guillebaud family, this is also the story of two nations.
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330 Pages
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Meg is the third generation of her family to become a missionary to Rwanda: her grandfather went out from Britain in 1925.^^Ostensibly the story of her family, this is really a story of two nations. Rwanda and neighbouring Burundi wrestle with centuries-old tribal hatreds. The East African Revival, in which Meg's parents were heavily involved, was famed for profound repentance and reconciliation. But did it paper over deeper divisions?^^Because these events are seen through the eyes of those who were there, whose friends died, who risked their own lives, this book has extraordinary depth, honesty and detail.^
- Publisher

Meg is the third generation of her family to become a missionary to Rwanda: her grandfather went out from Britain in 1925. Ostensibly the story of her family, this is really a story of two nations. Rwanda and neighbouring Burundi wrestle with centuries-old tribal hatreds. The East African revival, in which Meg's parents were heavily involved, was famed for repentance and reconciliation. But did it paper over deeper divisions?
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Meg Guillebaud

A former sergeant in the Metropolitan Police, the Rev. Meg Guillebaud now trains church leaders in Rwanda. A

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  • Catalogue Code 176396
  • Product Code 1854245767
  • EAN 9781854245762
  • Pages 364
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Monarch
  • Publication Date Jan 2002
  • Dimensions 216 x 138 x 29 mm
  • Weight 0.422kg

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