The article begins… “"My Korean name is Kwang-Eel Suh. I was born in what is now known as South Korea... everything changed overnight when I was 8 years old."
In 1953, the Mennonite Vocational School welcomed and provided shelter, food, education and job training for hundreds of children. MCC also sent canned meat to provide nutritional support for students attending the school.
Suh expresses his gratitude for the numerous service workers and volunteers he met over the years when he was a student and later an employee at MVS and MCC Korea: "I could glimpse Jesus in their loving kindness and dedication. Their action spoke louder."
Read the full story at https://mcc.org/our-stories/name-christ
MCC – Relief, development, and peace in the name of Chris