A Brief Review of
We Shall Not Be Moved: Rebuilding Home in the Wake of Katrina
Reviewed by Tim Høiland
Some of the most encouraging stories to emerge in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 had to do with the way Christians from across the country poured into Louisiana and Mississippi by the busload, seeking to serve. This continued, against all odds, for months and even years following the disaster.
Also well known are the stories of the failures of political bureaucracies, which prompted one rapper to accuse the nation’s president of apathy towards the suffering of African– Continue Reading…