Tag Archives: Thailand

Why We Don’t Run Our North Korea Training School Like a Seminary

During my three years at seminary, I was trained to be a pastor through 90 credit hours of rigorous academic study.  While I’m thankful for my education, I’ve also realized that training is never complete when only book learning is … Continue reading

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An Unusual Greeting For Some North Korean Refugees Entering Thailand

Thailand and Laos hold a special place in the heart of almost all North Korean defectors because it is here, when crossing the Mekong River, that they can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that they have at last reached … Continue reading

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“Dear Beloved And Honorable Countrymen”: How North Korean Defectors Speak Life Into Other North Korean Defectors When No One Else Can

One of our central purposes at Seoul USA is to attempt to give you unmediated access to the words and thoughts of North Korean Christians when they are simply being, rather than being interviewed–say, for Western Christian publications. Testimonials in Western publications are … Continue reading

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