The east african revival luganda okulokoka was an important renewal movement within protestant evangelicalism in east africa during the late 1920s and 1930s initially associated with the church missionary society cms in belgian ruanda urundi in 1929 it spread to uganda protectorate british uganda tanganyika territory and kenya colony during the 1930s and 1940s. The east african revival had started from rwanda it spread to uganda and kenya its effects have been more lasting than almost any other revival in history so that today there is hardly a . The ruandan mission was intimately connected to revival in east africa even before missionaries reached the lush valleys of ruanda the connection lay in the university of cambridge and the keswick convention the missionary nearest to the center of the east africa revival was joe church. The east african revival which began in rwanda in the late i 920 s is one of the truly remarkable movements of the holy spirit in the christian church in terms of duration the east african revival continues to this day more than fifty years after the lord first broke through at gahini rwanda . Ethnic patriotism and the east african revival shows how in the era of african political independence cosmopolitan christian converts struggled with east africas patriots over the definition of culture and community the book traces the history of the east african revival an evangelical movement that spread through much of eastern and
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