Category Archives: Korean Christianity

Why The Bible Will Always Lead Us Underground: An Excerpt from Living in the Underground Church

  One day there came into one of the mission stations a sturdy Christian from the north. After the usual greetings, he was asked the purpose of his visit. His reply was, “I have been memorizing some verses in the … Continue reading

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Kim Kyo Shin, Part I: Free to Do Right Things Daringly

Dr. Hyun Sook Foley, Voice of the Martyrs Korea President, authors this special series on Kim Kyo Shin, one of the greatest martyrs in Korean Christian history whose voice needs to be heard today more than ever, by Korea and the world.  Question: … Continue reading

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From Sex-Trafficker To Christian Martyr – One North Korean Woman’s Story of Redemption

Someone who loses their life for Christ in an instant is not the only kind of martyr.  There are countless men and women who lose their lives for Christ in little pieces over a lifetime. These men and women witness … Continue reading

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