Keith Negley – Christianity Today

 

Here is something in this month’s issue of Christianity Today about the autobiography by Barnabas Mam, a communist who had an encounter with faith in Cambodia during those turbulent times in the 70s. He managed to discover and develop a strong christian following all behind the fences of a concentration camp. The book mentions church farming, which is a term I wasn’t familiar with, along with the nightly executions and interrogations and I wanted the art to reflect the guilt and trauma this man endured. Thanks to Gary Gnodovic for the great assignment. Below is the approved sketch.

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