In most African countries, the ideals of peace and prosperity have been greatly impacted by perennial political and social-economic instability. The challenges of conflict and its implication on development in Africa have led the church in partnership with other stakeholders to get involved in the cultivation of peace. The book is written for a broad readership, The Church as a Partner in Conflict and Conflict Management: Selected Case Studies in Africa drawing from several case studies from Eastern and Southern Africa with dissimilar conflict backgrounds and conflict management processes attempts to illustrate the multifaceted techniques that the church in partnership with other actors can utilize in peace building. It offers an insight into a complex fascinating relationship in flux. The readers will acquire a deeper understanding of the complexities and challenges that confront institutions and individuals who seek to bring about peace, reconciliation and reconstruction. The book is therefore, useful to the church, the state, general practitioners and researchers and individuals in the field of conflict management and peace building.