Tag Archives: Underground University

NK Christian: “We are not waiting for political changes that would make Christian work safer”

Dr. Foley and I just returned from the Netherlands, where we were hosted on a speaking and media tour by our dear VOM sister mission, SDOK. We were accompanied by “Mrs. Goo” (name changed for security protection), a North Korean … Continue reading

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An Eritrean Pastor And A North Korean Defector Walk Into The VOM Korea Office . . .

Have you wondered why we bring guest speakers from persecuted settings to share with our North Korean students? Our newest VOM Korea intern penned her thoughts after sitting among our UU and UT students one Saturday morning. This Saturday morning … Continue reading

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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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