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Blog | 25 November 2019
Tags: Bibles,China,Gifts of Hope,North Korea,Practical Support
Blog | 14 August 2017
Myoung-Hee* still remembers seeing her father stumbling into their home, pale and weak. He gestured that he desperately wanted to speak, before breaking down in tears. He cried so loudly that Myoung-Hee feared the neighbours would warn the police. Her mot...
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... Once OffMonthly To follow Jesus in North Korea can be a death sentence.Owning a bible is illegal. If a Christian’s faith is discovered, they are detained in la...
Blog | 6 December 2019
... celebrating Christ’s birth, believers around the world face persecution and violence as they celebrate His coming.Christians in North Korea, Iraq and Indonesia all face intense opposition during this time of year. Yet they continue to celebrate and fol...
Blog | 25 January 2018
... to follow Jesus. So what is life like for Christians living in the top five, hardest places on the planet to be a believer? 1. North Korea"Please know that your prayers have been answered. Yes, North Korea is still a very dark country and the people su...
Blog | 10 May 2017
Over the last few weeks I’ve read post after post on my newsfeed of the tension increasing between North Korea and the US, South Korea and China. It made me think particularly of the church in North Korea.On top of being one of the most oppressive coun...
Blog | 22 February 2017
How has North Korea managed to remain the number one most dangerous country for Christians for the last 16 years? Let’s go back over a decade, to see what life was like when it first topped the World Watch List.Lee Joo-Chan and his son Hyo experienced...
Blog | 31 January 2020
... to follow Jesus no matter the cost. Episode 32 OverviewWhere is the most unlikely place to start a church? Take a look inside a North Korea labour camp and learn what it means to follow Jesus, no matter the cost.In this episode, Mike Gore and Jocelyn G
... "We don't know who you are and have never seen your faces, but your support is our strength and encouragement."- Church Leader, North Korea
Blog | 4 August 2017
For the last 16 years, North Korea has been the most dangerous place on the planet for Christians.Here, school teachers tell their students to go on a treasure hunt. The kids are encouraged to go home and search for a ‘little black book’ often hidde...