“Faith and the Law in the War Zones of Burma”

July 6, 2011:  David Eubank

Few people realize that Burma has the largest army of child soldiers in the world, that prisoners serve as human mine sweepers or that rape is used as a weapon of terror. Little is known about their sufferings, but the people of Burma are not forgotten. There is a living, loving and powerful God who is greater than these circumstances, and while the story of Burma is one of horrific and unimaginable atrocities, it is also one of hope in a God who saves.