This film documents the testimony of the Karen people, the largest and oldest indigenous tribe in Burma (Myanmar). The Karen and other ethnic tribes, largely Christian, are oppressed and persecuted for their faith in a predominantly Buddhist society. They are being systematically exterminated in a merciless 50-year campaign of ethnic cleansing by a brutal military dictatorship intent on seizing their tribal lands. Over 500,000 Karen civilians have died during this conflict, and millions have been burned out of their villages, forced to flee into the jungle and across the river to Thailand. The recent "elections" in Burma have only intensified government attacks against them, bringing a new flood of refugees into already overcrowded camps just over the Thai border. Director Michael Jones traveled to Southeast Asia with Patrick Klein, founder of Vision Beyond Borders, a Christian relief ministry helping the Karen refugees who have escaped to Thailand. He shot this heartbreaking story, edited by Suzanne Smith. The program features actor Kirk Cameron as host and narrator, and frontline video from Free Burma Rangers.