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Grace in the Midst of Genocide

Grace in the Midst of Genocide

A story of how a family was reunited in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide.

When Julienne Munyaneza moved from Rwanda to the UK, her husband and children were soon to follow.

Then civil war broke out.

Whilst news of widespread genocide was reaching the UK, Julienne lost contact with her family, who were all separated in the events that followed. After much heartache and prayer, she visited the warzone herself to find and reunite her family, with God’s help and guidance.

ISBN 9781911086628 (PB)

“…a ringing proclamation that God is with us, even as we are engulfed by the worst of human atrocities.”

Kristine Greenaway

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Julienne Munyaneza

Julienne Munyaneza

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Julienne Munyaneza was born and grew up in Rubengera, Rwanda, but later moved to the UK to work for the World Association for Christian Communication. Her husband and children were due to follow soon after, when civil war broke out in Rwanda. Whilst news of widespread genocide was reaching the UK, Julienne lost contact with her family, who were all separated in the events that followed. After much heartache and prayer, she visited the warzone herself to find and reunite her family, with God’s help and guidance.

Julienne is married to Rev. Dr. Malachi Munyaneza, a minister of the Presbyterian Church of Rwanda and United Reformed Church in Great Britain. They have a son and two daughters, and five beautiful grandchildren. Julienne and Malachi now live in Gloucester.

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