Tag Archives: International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

Four years after his martyrdom, Pastor Han continues to testify

April 30, 2020 marks the fourth anniversary of the martyrdom of our dear brother and partner, Pastor Han Chung Ryeol. Pastor Han was the Korean Chinese pastor stabbed to death through his skull and heart in Changbai, China in 2016. … Continue reading

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What Is The Relationship Between God And Government When It Comes To Protecting Persecuted Christians?

Writes R.C. Sproul, “Most Christians salute the sovereignty of God, but believe in the sovereignty of man.” That’s the quote that keeps coming to my mind as I think about the ways we Christians are tempted to construe the relationship … Continue reading

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My IDOP Prayer For The North Korean Underground Church: Please Let Us Not Do Them Harm, Lord

The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church is upon us for the year, and I have been contacted by a number of reporters this week asking, “How can Western Christians pray for the North Korean underground church?” My … Continue reading

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