The book attempts to analyse the challenges facing the East Africa Revival Movement (EARM). It proceeds from the EARM in Rwanda, then Uganda, later Kenya and Njukiini Parish, in particular, where it lays more emphasis on. In attempting to tackle these challenges, the book demonstrates, eventually, that the revivalists'' concerns in our contemporary world can be surmounted. While appreciating the critical role of revivalists in the growth of the church, throughout the history of Christianity, the book cautions on the danger of pushing the quest for ‘rebirth'' too far – as both wheat and tares belong to God. In other words, the fear of schism brought about by radical revivalists'' positions need to be treated as a serious concern. The book is a must read for historians, church planters, students of theology and general readership as it helps one to appreciate the strength and weaknesses of revivalism today.