In 1994, the world witnessed the genocide against the Tutsi of Rwanda. Many rushed to justify the genocide by blaming it on a plane crash that killed President Habyarimana of Rwanda and the President of Burundi. Learn Innocent's story of growing up in the Congo in the 1960s and the constant hardships during this tumultuous time.
Despite being subjected to humiliation and fear all his life, Innocent refused to be a prisoner of ethnic hatred. With more than 90% of the population being Christians in the 'land of a thousand hills', Hutu and Tutsi should live peacefully. Where Christ is, the dividing wall of hostility has been destroyed. Otherwise we preachers of the good news, and Christian politicians, should ask ourselves if we are faithfully fulfilling our mission.
This book is about overcoming evil through spiritual values.