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The Covenant Renewal Service Story: Why one American clergy couple meets every morning under the Jeongneung Underpass to read and record the sermons of the early Korean Christians

When I first met my future wife, I could tell that she liked me but that for her marrying a non-Korean was simply out of the question—just not practical, she said. So I set about seeking to convince her that … Continue reading

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Red, White, and Green Martyrdom: Protestant Edition

Since the early days of the church, Christians have had a tradition of three colors of martyrdom. Jerome wrote about it. Gregory wrote about it. It’s recorded in the Cambrai Homily. And few Protestants have ever heard about it. That’s … Continue reading

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