“For I long to see you,” the Apostle Paul writes the Romans in Romans 1:11-12, “that I may impart to you some spiritual gift to strengthen you—that is, that we may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith, both yours and mine.”
Rev. Eric Foley and Dr. Hyun Sook Foley founded Voice of the Martyrs Korea (VOM Korea) nearly concurrently with their marriage, as the embodiment of Paul’s prayer in Romans. As a NGO (non-governmental organization) in Korea, VOM Korea seeks to be a bridge over which the church in the West and the church in Asia can strengthen each other by the mutual sharing of spiritual gifts. We place particular emphasis on mobilizing the western and Asian churches to remember the underground church of North Korea through our ministry.
VOM Korea is a member of the International Christian Association (ICA), composed of independently operated Voice of the Martyrs ministries actively working to support persecuted Christians in 52 countries, as well as Religious Liberties Partnership, collaborating with Christian organizations focused on religious liberty. View the RLP Operational Principles.