• How does a man deal with the tragic death of his wife while the two were serving as missionaries in Africa?
Forgive Like a Rwandan responds to these questions in a clear and faith-filled voice. The author describes his multifaceted response to a day of catastrophe as it rips and ripples across 888 days. Chris shows his initial struggles with grief, unforgiveness, and depression. He questions God and His purposes. He later shares an internal battle between passion for his wife-to-be and loyalty to his deceased wife.
In this book you’ll discover the importance of forgiveness and the acceptance of your life as scripted by God. And you'll see the wisdom in the words of King Solomon: “There’s a time for every purpose under heaven: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to laugh and a time weep” (Ecclesiastes 3:1–2).
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Chris Alan Foreman has served as a senior pastor, a foreign missionary, a college professor, an army officer, and a Peace Corps volunteer. He has taught Christian apologetics in Africa and Bible classes at San Quentin prison. Chris holds a PhD from the University of Oregon and a Master of Divinity from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. He founded a non-profit ministry called Come & See Africa International. He and his wife, Liz, live in the San Francisco Bay Area.