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Coming on Monday March 27, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Come and hear the story of life, death, survival and forgiveness by: Sokreaksa Himm (Cambodia)

In 1977 at the age of 14, Sokreaksa “Reaksa” Himm saw 13 members of his family murdered by Khmer Rouge soldiers in the Killing Fields of Cambodia. Miraculously surviving the massacre, Reaksa swore revenge against the men responsible for the loss of his family. Years later, after surviving the horrors of refugee camps and roving death squads, Reaksa had a life-changing conversion to Christianity that gave him a whole new reason to seek the murderers: to forgive them. He is currently a missionary in Cambodia, where he builds schools, plants churches and trains leaders. Reaksa authored two books on the tragedy and his journey to forgiveness: ‘The Tears of My Soul’ and ‘After the Heavy Rain‘. There is also currently a film in production called ‘Reaksa: A True Story of Forgiveness’

Sokreaksa Himm




The anger against the killers was as great as the grief for my family and it burned inside me like a great ball of fire.”





After years of surviving the “Killing Fields”, I, along with my father and brothers were dragged to the edge of a mass grave and slashed with machetes and clubbed with hoes. Minutes later, I awoke in the grave in a pile of my dead and dying relatives. I was able to climb out and hide in nearby weeds when the killers left to round up my female relatives and complete their macabre mission.”

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There will be a supper buffet available for $17.91 per person payable directly to the establishment.

Monday March 27, 2017 at 6:30 pm  at:

Canad Inns Destination Centre, Windsor Park (Windsor Park Canad Inn)

1034 Elizabeth Road  (easily accesible from Lagimodiere Blvd southbound)

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Live Music by our own president: Jason Foster





Male and Female guests are both welcome

Donations will be greatly accepted



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