When Elephants Fight
Guy Moore, an American missionary to South Africa, will stop at nothing to hijack the Pentecostal Holiness Fellowship into the hyper-charismatic, "River" movement, including hiring an assassin to take out the Fellowship's leader. When Pastor Solomon Tate and his wife, Goldie, cannot be intimidated into joining him, they must be silenced before they expose Moore's covert plan. When they discover someone they least expect is secretly working behind the scenes, they realize they are alone in the battle to save their Fellowship, and eventually their own lives. Set in the culturally rich environment of the Xhosa tribe of post-apartheid South Africa, Sol and Goldie must not only stand against Moore, but also against the witchcraft of the township elders who oppose their new church.
- Paperback | 438 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 27.94mm | 734.82g
- 13 Aug 2011
- London, United Kingdom