A powerful account of how British missionaries, Peter and Brenda Griffiths, with a team of dedicated staff, developed a clinic and school whilst establishing a network of churches in north-eastern Rhodesia.
Bravely, despite the growing war of independence and the surrounding violence, the missionaries continued to work alongside their national colleagues. But horrible atrocity engulfed the school as guerrillas slaughtered almost all the staff. In the devastating aftermath, Peter and Brenda called for the attackers to be forgiven.
This is an inspiring story of love and loss, of suffering and new life, of hatred and forgiveness, told through the eyes of their son Stephen. Through Peter and Brenda’s faithfulness, God continues to build His church in Zimbabwe.