Journal of African Christian Biography: Cumulative Volume 2016 (June to December)
Belcher, Wendy Laura
Lloyd, Stephen J.
Allen, Gabriel Leonard
Nkwi, Paul Nchoji
Miller Sigg, Michèle
Rasoanalimanga, Berthe Raminosoa
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A publication of the Dictionary of African Christian Biography with U.S. offices located at the Center for Global Christianity and Mission at Boston University. The editors are pleased to offer the first annual cumulative volume of the Journal of African Christian Biography, the monthly scholarly publication that was launched in June of 2016. Since then, the life stories of twelve individuals who played vital roles in and through their faith communities have been published online as free downloads. But it is important that a selection of DACB stories be more readily available to those without access to the internet. As I mentioned in the fall 2016 newsletter of the DACB, each issue of the journal is available in its e-journal, on-line version, where it is configured either as A4 or 8.5 x 11 format printable as booklets, ready for local printing and binding or stapling. Our intention is to make it easy for academics and church leaders in various parts of Africa to make print copies of the journal available to their students, colleagues or church members. And so it is with this cumulative volume.This issue focuses on: 1. "Walatta Petros and Hakalla Amale, Pious Women of Ethiopia," with commentary by Dr. Jonathan Bonk, Project Director. 2. Walatta Petros. 3. Hakalla Amale. 4. Bishop Josiah Kibira of Tanzania, Ecumenical Statesman. 5. Josiah Mutabuzi Isaya Kibira. 6. Josiah Kibira. 7. David Lonkibiri Windibiziri. 8. Abiodun Babatunde Lawrence. 9. Dominic Ignatius Ekandem. 10. William Wadé Harris, Prophet-Evangelist of West Africa: His Life, Message, Praxis, Heritage, and Legacy. 11. William Wadé Harris. 12. Michael Timneng and Jeremiah Chi Kangsen: Christianity Beyond the Missionary Presence in Cameroon. 13. Michael Timneng. 14. Jeremiah Chi Kangsen. 15. Rainisoalambo, Ravelonjanahary, and Volahavana Germaine (Nenilava): Revival Leaders of Madagascar. 16. Rainisoalambo. 17. Ravelonjanahary. 18. Volahavana Germaine (Nenilava). 19. Recent Print and Digital Resourcews Related to Christianity in Africa.
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