Tag Archives: Kim Kyo-shin

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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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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The Church is More Like Its Persecutors Than Its Lord (Introduction to Preparing for the Underground Church, Part III)

(Part III of VII of Pastor Foley’s introductory essay to Rev. Richard Wurmbrand’s Preparing for the Underground Church. To order a print or electronic copy of the bilingual Korean/English edition of Preparing for the Underground Church, including Pastor Foley’s introductory … Continue reading

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