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Does Anyone Listen to Shortwave Radio Anymore?

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

Question - Does anyone listen to shortwave radio anymore? In not, why do you use it for your gospel broadcasts into North Korea? Answer - Up until I started working with Voice of the Martyrs Korea, I often wondered who really listened to shortwave radio broadcasts.  I knew of a few Ham radio ...

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One Leader Who Is Respected By Both North Korea And South Korea – Ahn Changho

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Ahn Changho is one of the only Korean people that is respected by both North Korea and South Korea. His leadership philosophy was first to search for the truth, and then to live out the truth. Although it sounds very simple, it can be very challenging to live. He believed that the truth was not ...

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Rev. Wurmbrand On Hypocrisy In The Church: "Really Sincere Christians Are A Rarity" But...

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Rev. Richard Wurmbrand, the founder of the Voice of the Martyrs movement, was profound even when completing such a simple task as acceding to a reader's demand to be removed from the VOM mailing list due to the reader's concern that Christians are hypocrites. His personal ...

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From Sex-Trafficker To Christian Martyr – One North Korean Woman’s Story of Redemption

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

Someone who loses their life for Christ in an instant is not the only kind of martyr.  There are countless men and women who lose their lives for Christ in little pieces over a lifetime. These men and women witness daily to the truth of Christ through their sacrificial service to others. My ...

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Who was the Better Servant-Leader – Jesus or Kim Jong Il?

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

The North Korean media always showed Kim Jong Il traveling all over North Korea, visiting the many factories and taking care of the people. He was always pictured in very humble looking worker style clothing. So, when we say that Jesus was a “servant-leader,” it’s possible for ...

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Jesus Says He Has “All Power,” Not “The Most Power”—And That Makes Prayer The Most Sensible Strategy, Even For Ransoming Captives

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Pastor Foley and Dr. Foley explain that prayer is the key to ransoming someone from captivity. Prayer helps us to trust in God’s power rather than man’s power. We saw this first-hand during our August stand-off with the police over our gospel balloon launches. Instead of trying to ...

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It Looks Like Just Another Bizarre, Inaccurate NK Story. But It's Actually Further Proof That NK Is Laying The Groundwork For An Unprecedented Assault On Missionaries

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

On October 27, 2015, Internet news site The Intercept ran an investigative article entitled The Pentagon's Missionary Spies: U.S. Military Uses Christian NGO as a front for North Korea Espionage. The article claimed that from 2004 until 2013 a secret Pentagon program used a "fledgling, ...

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North Koreans, South Koreans and Americans Are All By Nature Captive to the Kingdom of Darkness

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Just because you live in America or South Korea doesn’t mean you are free! The Bible teaches that all humanity is by nature captive to the kingdom of darkness . . . North Koreans, Egyptians, Sudanese, Americans and South Koreans are all the same! Jesus Christ took on human form and became ...

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How Can I Resist Torture If I’m Persecuted For My Faith? Here’s Rev. Wurmbrand’s One Word Answer

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

How can I be prepared to resist torture if I am persecuted for my faith in Jesus?  Will I be strong enough to “stand for Christ” if I have to suffer?  I’ve been asked these questions in one form or another at conferences, churches and on social media. So, how can I be ...

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A Force More Oppressive Than Even The North Korean Regime Has Held Humanity Captive

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Estimates are that 10% of naturalized North Koreans (i.e., North Korean defectors with South Korean citizenship) are kidnapped back into North Korea from China.  These NKs are often held by officials until someone pays a ransom. Although this situation is a problem for North Koreans, Pastor ...

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