Revolutionary Churches in Revolutionary Seasons: The Impacts of Persecution and Pacification in Ethiopian Evangelical Churches' Group Dynamics

This book is about the political situation making an impact on Ethiopian Evangelical Churches' group dynamics. The persecution forced the Evangelicals to go to the underground church to worship the Lord secretly. Whereas, the pacification let them go public and in mass. In both cases, there were no proper Small Group Ministry organizations and administrations in a more scientific way. More

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About Dagmawi Wube

Dagmawi Wube was born and raised in Ethiopia with a very pious Ethiopian Orthodox family. When he received the Lord Jesus Christ as a Savior in 1993, he lit up in love with the Lord and decided to serve Him until death. Eventually, upon graduation from the Evangelical Theological College in 2004, he gave his full time to ministry in his local church, Kolfe Kale Heywet [Word of Life] Church. After serving for around five years as a Teaching and Training Ministry Department Head, the Leadership and he came to an agreement that he serves part-time in the church and shift his position to the next Elders' Board General Secretary. Consequently, he served on the Elders' Board for two terms (six years), then went back to school for further training. Dagmawi did his MA in Biblical and Theological Studies and then, MTh in Practical Theology at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology. Dagmawi is happily married to Zenash Degu for more than a decade and is a father of three sons. Currently, he is teaching and preaching all over Ethiopia and wherever the call comes.

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