The Vietnam War gave rise to many tragedies, some more familiar than others. A photograph of a young girl running naked down a road, her skin on fire with napalm, changed the way the world looked at the Vietnam War, and indeed at all wars. That photograph was seen around the world, and later won a Pulitzer Prize. The girl in that photograph is Kim Phuc.
After becoming a Christ-follower in Vietnam, Kim defected to Canada. She has a powerful story of forgiveness that includes a video of her meeting the U.S. pilot who dropped the bombs on her village. She has met many heads of state, spoken and represented the U.N. and been a guest of honour at Vietnam War Memorial Services in Washinton. Don't miss this incredible story of faith and forgiveness.
Official Website: http://www.kimfoundation.com
Added by tsteingard on September 26, 2006