Several years ago, I read an ad in Christianity Today for a new book. I later came to find out that it was a short chapter out of the book itself.
It was a story about the killing fields of Cambodia, and the power of our great God as He answered the prayers of desperate people crying out for life.
I have read this account at least 12 times. I think I have cried almost every time.
CAMBODIA…from The God Who Hung on A Cross by Dois Rosser, Jr., and Ellen Vaughn
To depopulate it’s major cities, in 1975 the Khmer Rouge regime forced 3,000,000 people into the countryside as slave labor. As a result, over 1,000,000 Cambodians starved to death.
In September 1999, a pastor named Em Daniel traveled to [Read more…]