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Finding Hope After the Horrors of War – Kim Phuc Phan Thi Part 1

The power of God changes lives, empowers people to find hope in the midst of suffering, and to give them the strength to forgive their enemies. Jim Daly and John Fuller talk with Kim Phuc Phan Thi, or the “napalm girl” the central figure on the iconic Pulitzer Prize winning photo, “The Terror of War.” She shares her story of being bombed by napalm when she was nine-years-old, the painful treatment she underwent to heal, and on the Vietnam War’s end but the ongoing challenges she faced.

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She shares on being used a propaganda tool for the communist government years after the war, finding Christ, meeting her husband, defecting to Canada, and how God moved on her heart to forgive her enemies. This is a powerfully evangelistic program with a heavy emphasis on inviting Jesus Christ into your heart and life.

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