The Pain of Challenges

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The Pain of Challenges

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Challenges appear in every walk of life. Although it may seem that one's challenges are greater than another, they are all relative to each person and their situation. Struggle is everywhere and can weigh heavily on a person's spirit. Strife comes in with intent to cause anxiety, worry doubt and fear.

 

The African Culture is one that is rich in so many ways. While horrors beyond imagination have occurred on Rwanden soil, there is still opportunity to bring the message of Christ to its current state to enrich lives and heal broken mindsets. A nation of people that have been in poverty, stricken with starvation and constant suffering, if brought together, could amass the power of God as none have seen before.

 

However, it is not as much about what the circumstances are in life as it is how they are overcome. The hope of Christ is the power that cuts through any evil and promises an answer that will encourage anyone to hold on, having done all to stand. Keeping the faith through prayer and fasting brings results, and reminds us that God is still very present through our circumstances, and He is bringing us out on the other side to be a light to the rest of the world that still needs Him. 

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Author Bio: 

Steven Turikunkiko, was born fourth among six children. He lost his entire family to the brutality of war, leaving him an orphan. As a young boy, he suffered several unsuccessful suicide attempts and temporary homes. In 1986, around the age of thirteen, he was taken to an orphanage where he was able to hear the gospel of Jesus and heal from the pain of his past. Steven now lives and pastors in Rwanda where his personal experiences allow him to minister to the survivors of the Genocide.