Pastor Foley says that the point of the “100 Days of Worship” is not to worship on a boat, in a moat, on a bike, or on a dike. In other words, it is not about being clever in worship, it’s about being faithful. In lieu of our regular video, we wanted to share our special podcast on the “100 Days of Worship with the North Korean Underground Church.”
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Pastor Timothy Dillmuth is the Discipleship Pastor of Voice of the Martyrs Korea. He oversees Underground University, a missionary training school for North Korean defectors, and does discipleship training with Christians from all over the world. Pastor Tim received a bachelor's degree from Zion Bible College and an M.Div. from Regent University. He lives with his wife, Melissia and their three children in Seoul, South Korea.
Sometimes doing worship in unique places gets us started and also gets us
thinking of the possibilities of Christ’s Lordship beyond our normal horizons….
In my own life, I’ve found that it is sometimes easier to worship or witness in places or to people that are not common to me. In other words, it’s easier to go to Mexico and witness than it is to go to my neighbors. I pray that this “100 Days” helps us remember the “common places” and “common people” rather than skipping over them and going straight for the unique and exotic.
But I think you are right Chuck – God can use even the unique places and situations to grow our faith!
Yes as long as the extraordinary becomes ordinary!