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Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
Kitabu: The Drum Still Cries is not only the story of a young missionary living in a remote area with an indigenous group of people, but also a story of the struggle and the victory, as the missionary learns to share the Gospel in culturally appropriate ways, so that the men of the African tribe can pass on the truths of the Gospel, and transform their own lives.
This unique story is told by an imaginary troubadour, who observes the youthful missionary, who seeks to find redemptive analogies and culturally appropriate ways to present the Gospel to a civilization far removed from his own educational background. The African men must take up the challenge of reaching their own people for Christ. Kitabu: The Drum Still Cries will make you laugh and cry, as you walk through the foothills of the mountains, with the men who face challenges of planting a truly original church among their own people, for themselves, and for God.