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Lee Su Jung: A Man of Macedonia for Korea, Part 3

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In this Voice of the Martyrs guest blog series, Pastor Kim Sung Chul tells the intriguing story of Lee Su Jung, the man responsible for bringing Christianity to Korea–and the man who was martyred because of it. Lee Su Jung was astonished at the words of Dr. Tsuda. After Lee Su Jung...

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Lee Su Jung: A Man of Macedonia for Korea, Part 2

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In this Voice of the Martyrs guest blog series, Pastor Kim Sung Chul tells the intriguing story of Lee Su Jung, the man responsible for bringing Christianity to Korea–and the man who was martyred because of it. (Lee Su Jung is the man in white in the front row) Lee Su Jung was born in...

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Lee Su Jung: A Man of Macedonia for Korea, Part 1

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In this Voice of the Martyrs guest blog series, Pastor Kim Sung Chul tells the intriguing story of Lee Su Jung, the man responsible for bringing Christianity to Korea–and the man who was martyred because of it. In August, 2002, a folding screen was found in the birthplace of  Pastor...

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Are Martyrs And Persecuted Christians More Perfect Than Us?

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

When I’ve read stories of persecuted Christians, at times I’ve felt a little hopeless–hopeless in the sense that I know I can never attain the level of moral and spiritual maturity that these brothers and sisters seem to have reached. Those of us who work in persecuted church...

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Status Update: Sinners Sin. Instead Of Being Outraged, Let's Be The Church

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Facebook is a popular forum for confessing sins. The sins of others, that is. We Christians have an insatiable, prurient appetite for viewing and sharing posts expressing outrage and alarm over those whom we are sure are doing things that are very, very, very wrong. And yet, it should not...

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A Unique Way To Get The Gospel Into North Korea – North Korean Ministry Packs

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

One of the most interesting and unique ways that we spread the gospel into North Korea is through our North Korean ministry packs.  The ministry packs contain basic necessities customized to the location to which they are being delivered. Some packs contain hygiene supplies...

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The Muslim Who Died For Mosul's Christians And Other Good Samaritan Stories

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I suspect that were Jesus to reprise the parable of the Good Samaritan today, he might tell it as the parable of the Good Muslim. The Muslim who gave up his life for Mosul’s ChristiansHe refused to keep silent about the violence agaist Mosul’s Christians who are forced to...

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Sharing The Gospel In Her North Korean Hometown, For The First Time In Seven Years

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

Many well-meaning Westerners have traveled to North Korea for purposes related to teaching, sightseeing or even evangelism.  We are always very purposeful in telling people, in no uncertain terms, to not visit North Korea. Our reasoning relates, not to the danger, but to the uniformed...

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What Is The Bible? Here's How We Explain It In Our New North Korean/English Parallel Version

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

North Koreans have no concepts of a spiritual world, of sin and forgiveness, of prayer, or of a transcendent, eternal deity. (Even when Kim Il Sung is worshiped, he is not mistaken for a transcendent, eternal deity but rather is revered Confucian-style as the great ancestor of the North Korean...

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Rev. Richard Wurmbrand Taught Us That Doing The Word Is Both Necessary And Dangerous

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After being released from prison after serving eight-and-a-half years of a twenty year sentence, Rev. Richard Wurmbrand was ready for some rest and relaxation.  He said, Now that I was free, I longed in the depths of my heart for quietness and rest.  But communism was working...

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