Category Archives: 100 Days of Worship in the Common Places

How Auld Lang Syne Was Transformed Into A Christian Hymn And Then Into The National Anthem Of North Korea…And How You Can Help Transform It Back

The 100 Days of Worship with the North Korean Underground Church campaign comes to a rousing finale on New Year’s Eve with the singing of a song which enjoys perhaps the most diverse popularity of any song ever written, drawing … Continue reading

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North Korean Nativity Glorifies God Rather Than Kim Il Sung

North Korean Christians training for missionary service, at Seoul USA’s Underground University in Seoul, dramatize the reason for the season.  They perform the Christmas story in traditional North Korean style, but instead of giving glory to Kim Il Sung they … Continue reading

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A Letter To Western Christians Upon The Death Of A North Korean Brother You Never Knew

From a fellow North Korean brother who chooses to remain anonymous but who believes Brother Park (name changed for family safety) should not. Dear Christian Family of Brother Park, You don’t know me.  I was a friend of your brother.  … Continue reading

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