On Thursday, April 3rd, Eva Kor will be in Muncie to tell her story about life in a Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz, Poland, during World War II. She and her twin sister, Miriam,  were part of the human experimentation conducted by Nazi physician Josef Mengele. The Emens auditorium event begins at 3 p.m., with a documentary film, followed by Mrs. Kor’s testimony about forgiveness.  Our Lenten study series is on forgiveness, so this event can provide a real-life experience from which to gain inspiration.

According to The Star Press, Mrs. Kor’s visit is sponsored by Ball State University’s Jewish Studies Program, Office of the Provost, Emens Auditorium, Ball Brother’s Foundation, Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, the Committee for a Positive Influence, as well as other groups and individuals.  The presentation is free to the public.