Kim Phuc tells a story like no other. She is the poster child of the Vietnam War, and an icon of the cry for peace. She is the unforgettable girl behind the photo - at age nine she was photographed, running naked up a road with her skin on fire and screaming in agony. She was fleeing the horrors of the Vietnam War and, luckily, she escaped her death from napalm to tell her story.
Kim Phuc will tell her story at The School of Christian Thought at North Boulevard Church of Christ in Murfreesboro on August 27th.
Kim recounts her story to those around the world. And each time, she paints an unforgettable image of her life and how it was altered by the click of a camera. Nick Ut's photograph saved her because of the recognition she received. Kim was fast tracked to special burn clinics, survived 17 operations, and received plastic surgery to lead a "normal" life. Overcoming pain, fear and death, Kim talks about an incredible life path that many will never experience. After surviving such trauma, Kim is still full of strength, compassion and forgiveness. Her ability to survive one of the worst atrocities and her eagerness to share about the power of forgiveness after suffering is an uplifting and inspiring message of the power of God.
Again, Kim Phuc will tell her story at The School of Christian Thought at North Boulevard Church of Christ in Murfreesboro on August 27th. The event is free to attend and open to the public. The event is at 7 in the evening on the 27th (Monday).