Monthly Archives: March 2016

What’s Wrong With A Joint NK/SK Christian Easter Prayer? About 30,000 Things

Last week South’s Korea’s National Council of Churches in Korea (NCCK) and North Korea’s Korean Christian Federation (KCF) issued a joint Easter prayer. It says in part: God, We yearn that compatriots of the North and South unlock the latch … Continue reading

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Carrying The Cross, Not Responding In Suspicion And Fear, Is The Key To Thwarting Islam’s Plan For Korea

Daniel Dogo Awayi, a pastor in the northern Nigerian city of Potiskum, carries a list of the 83 members of his congregation who were brutally murdered in the last two years by Boko Haram, an Islamic sect that has now … Continue reading

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Sex-Slave No Longer . . . Now She is a Child of God

One of the largest areas of impact this year was made through our distribution of MP3 players that were loaded with the dramatized North Korean New Testament.  My wife recently had the privilege of seeing first-hand the impact that these … Continue reading

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