Christian leadership” is not new terminology in world literature.However a book on Christian refugee leadership seems to bring out a new dimension to it. In their struggle to get a meaningful standard of life, refugee Christian leaders experiences rough and traumatic times. This book investigated how they deal with social change for their lives and that of their mixed congregations.Factors that have helped positively and hindered negatively the promotion of such changes are identified and described. Their traumatic responses and experiences as a consequence of political and civil conflicts in the country of origin is hereby revealed. The book identifies factors that have helped overcome barriers to their social change. It challenges the negative malpractices and attitudes displayed towards the refugees by some people in the host country. The focus is on people’s deep heartfelt needs surrounded by various circumstances such as acculturation, psychological stress, discrimination, and social exclusion in their day-to-day lives. The content of this book will benefit future generation improve their leadership qualities to become useful leaders for the benefit of Africa and the world.