A book written "by Miss Lindesay Guillebaud, whose parents were two of the early missionaries in the Ruanda Mission, and she herself has worked there. In it she shows how the Lord has caused the Mission to grow from very small beginnings. She traces the growth of each branch of the work through to the present day, revealing the secret of that growth as she tells of the revival which the Church in Ruanda and East Africa is still experiencing to-day:" -- front dust jacket blurb.
Contents: Illustrations -- Foreword dated June 1959 / T.F.C. Bewes -- Land of Promise -- The God of the Impossible -- The Beginning: Kabale -- Over the Border -- A Foothold in Ruanda: Gahini -- The Ruanda Council -- The Leprosy Settlement -- Advance into Ruanda: Shyira and Kigeme -- Into Urundi: Buhiga and Matana -- Beginnings of Revival -- New Life at Gahini -- Revival Spreads -- Field Headquarters: Ibuye -- The War Years -- Silver Jubilee: The Alliance -- A New Era -- The New Task: Education -- School Opportunities: Shyogwe and Astrida -- Developments in Kigezi -- Medical Work -- Growth of a Church -- The Challenge of the Present -- Summary of Chief Events -- Missionaries of the Ruanda Mission -- Index of People and Places.
Colophon: Church Army Press, Cowley, Oxford, England. 10519.