Tag Archives: Suffering

Nothing to Pity: God’s Purpose for the Pain of a Sex-Trafficked North Korean Woman

Join us in remembering faithful North Korean missionary, Mrs. Hong. Like many North Korean women, Mrs. Hong was sex-trafficked into China. Unlike many North Korean women, however, the man who bought Mrs. Hong, an atheist, allowed her to attend church. … Continue reading

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“How Would I Respond to Persecution?” is not a hypothetical question

After hearing the story of Richard Wurmbrand or other Christians who have been tortured for Christ, we sometimes ask ourselves, “What would I do if I was in that situation? Would I be faithful?” But that is the wrong question … Continue reading

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When Governments Violently Give Us The “Gift of Nothing”: Rejoice!

VOM Founder Rev. Richard Wurmbrand reminds us why we can rejoice even when God gives us the “gift of nothing” through our enemies. In the last week, the Chinese government has destroyed a church without provocation. Also Christian meetings have been banned … Continue reading

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