Video Interviews With A Former North Korean Christian Captive

I mentioned last week the release of our new book, These are the Generations, which is not only a fascinating read but also one of the best contemporary studies in ransoming the captive. 

(And trust me–that’s no authorial bias or boast. Mr. and Mrs. Bae’s story is so riveting that it would still be a fascinating read even if a block of wood had written it up.)

As we study ransoming the captive together this month, be sure to visit the These are the Generations page on the Seoul USA website, where you’ll find a sample chapter of the book along with several exclusive interview clips where Mr. Bae talks about his investigation by NK authorities, conditions inside NK prisons, public executions in NK, and the biggest danger North Korean defectors face. There’s also a link there to order the book from Amazon.com.

One of the insightful points Mr. Bae makes is that the story of captivity does not end for the Christian in a persecuted nation when he or she is released from prison. Instead, what happens after release from prison is in many ways the hardest time of all. Fortunately, as Mr. Bae affirms, it is thus the time when God’s grace shines the brightest.

Great stuff. I hope you’ll take time to watch each of the interview segments this week as part of your own personal study of ransoming the captive this month.

About Pastor Foley

The Reverend Dr. Eric Foley is CEO and Co-Founder, with his wife Dr. Hyun Sook Foley, of Voice of the Martyrs Korea, supporting the work of persecuted Christians in North Korea and around the world and spreading their discipleship practices worldwide. He is also the International Ambassador for the International Christian Association, the global fellowship of Voice of the Martyrs sister ministries. Pastor Foley is a much sought after speaker, analyst, and project consultant on the North Korean underground church, North Korean defectors, and underground church discipleship. He and Dr. Foley oversee a far-flung staff across Asia that is working to help North Koreans and Christians everywhere grow to fullness in Christ. He earned the Doctor of Management at Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management in Cleveland, Ohio.
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2 Responses to Video Interviews With A Former North Korean Christian Captive

  1. Jacquelynne Titus says:

    I have been eagerly waiting for this book! Praise God!

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