Monthly Archives: June 2014

Why We Should Distribute Fewer Bibles (And What We Should Do With The Savings)

Yes, I run a ministry that launches fifty thousand Bibles a year by balloon into North Korea. Yes, our ministry creates new versions of the Bible every year, like our new North Korean/South Korean Parallel Bible. Yes, I have helped to … Continue reading

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The Psalms and Songs Of Praise To Kim Il Sung Are Not Entirely Different And Not Entirely The Same

A few weeks ago I studied the Psalms along-side our Underground University missionaries in training. We studied the different kinds of psalms including the psalms of praise, lament and cursing. Much of our study that day was standard, but I … Continue reading

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How Witnessing An Execution Gave One North Korean An Insatiable Hunger To Read The Bible

File this one under Romans 8:28: We received a letter from KCR, a North Korean defector in prison in South Korea. (There are many NK defectors in SK prisons, and they are rarely reached by churches.) We sent him one … Continue reading

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