Monthly Archives: February 2014

Does North Korea’s Recent Arrest of Three Missionaries Represent a Declaration of War on Christians?

Since November, North Korea has arrested a Korean American missionary, a South Korean missionary, and an Australian missionary. Do these arrests represent a declaration of war on Christians? Not a new one. It’s important to remember that the war on … Continue reading

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What Is The Key To Discipleship?

At a conference last week, I met a young pastor, and quite honestly I thought this pastor might be a little too young to be pastoring a church.  I was even more shocked to find out that this pastor was … Continue reading

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A Christian Response To the Report Of The Commission Of Inquiry On Human Rights In North Korea

This week significant media attention is being given—justifiably—to the Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. It is an important document filled with important testimony. The process was important. The recommendations … Continue reading

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