‘Against All Hope: Hope for Africa’ now in Runyankore language (East and Central Africa)

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This small-but-mighty book is making its way across Africa, with the newest translation being Runyankore: a Bantu language spoken by 2.3 million people in East and Central Africa.
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This book reveals how Africa is not cursed; in fact, it is the richest continent on earth, in terms of natural resources. Why, then, is it so impoverished? What lies at the root of its struggles? How does God promise to heal and transform Africa and all other continents?
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E-mail info@disciplenations.org for a free copy of the Runyankore translation.

Download a free PDF of Against All Hope: Hope for Africa in Runyankore, English or French here.

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Rossalyne Wanjiru
Rossalyne Wanjiru
2 years ago

Where can I find Hope for Africa vision conference participant workbook?
From Kenya working towards transforming my country through digital awareness.
I would love to upload the book for free download in our online Evitabu platform.

Rossacentre@gmail.com

Jon Davis Jr.
11 years ago

I just emailed to ask for one. I look forward to see if it will help me with my teaching in India.

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