Genocide survivor spreads message of love, forgiveness
DARIEN – Standing among hundreds of other displaced children, an orphan received something in a shoebox that was foreign to him in his home country of Rwanda.
He said it was in the shape of a “J,” red and white, didn’t feel good or smell good – two of the senses tests he did to all things unknown at the age of 7.
“The next thing you have to do is put it in your mouth to see if it’s sweet and that was my very first time eating a candy cane,” said Alex Nsengimana to a large crowd Saturday at Four Corners Community Church in Darien. “It tasted good, but I wish I would’ve known to take the plastic off.”
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