San Nay Kaw Ku is Here!!
After spending fourteen years of his life in a refugee camp, San Nay Kaw Ku has made it to America. Last weekend, 2 days after he arrived, I met him and took him to begin to meet fellow Burmese. We discovered he stayed in the same refugee camp as another High Point family and in the same section of the camp but they never knew each other. He was one of 50,000 people in one refugee camp on the Burma/Thailand border awaiting safe relocation. His country had ran his family away from their homeland.
Well now that he his here, he is welcome. I trust he casts a long shadow in America. I pray God’s very best for him.