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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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The Only Person In The Bible Who Proposes Using Humanitarian Aid For Evangelistic Purposes Is...Satan. Jesus' Alternative?

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

It appears more and more tacitly assumed in missionary circles these days that the gospel message in and of itself is a rather difficult thing to introduce unadorned in non-Christian cultures and that humanitarian aid—e.g., clinics, clean water wells, schools, business-as-mission ...

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Kim Kyo-Shin: Freedom On The Outside Is Meaningless Without Freedom On The Inside

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Kim Kyo-shin, an early Korean Christian said, “The Bible and the Korean nation are like two souls in one body.” He meant that it wasn’t possible to experience freedom as a Korean, unless freedom in Christ was experienced first.  Kim Kyo-shin led many Koreans to freedom in ...

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Training Church Leaders To Not Be Coward Pastors

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

We have a country full of coward pastors and coward seminary graduates! Cowards! I heard these words from a Nigerian pastor as he described the volatile situation in his own country. The situation in Nigeria can be a little difficult to understand, but Voice of the Martyrs Canada describes it in ...

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First Leader of North Korea Was Not Kim Il-Sung, It Was a Christian Man Named Cho Man-Sik

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

One of the early leaders in Korean Christianity was originally a businessman who liked to drink and get into fights. After he became a Christian, he was completely changed. He stopped drinking, he stopped getting into fights and he gave up his business to become a teacher. Cho Man-Sik was not only ...

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Video - Discipleship is the same in North Korea and South Korea

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Pastor Foley and Dr. Foley talk about how discipleship is not all that different in North and South Korea.  In both countries, many people follow things like money, power and happiness.  Contrary to the world’s way of discipleship, Jesus said that if you seek to save your life, you ...

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Video - Discipleship is the same in North Korea and South Korea

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Pastor Foley and Dr. Foley talk about how discipleship is not all that different in North and South Korea.  In both countries, many people follow things like money, power and happiness.  Contrary to the world’s way of discipleship, Jesus said that if you seek to save your life, you ...

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Korean Unification Will Only Take Place Through A Spiritual Transformation

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

  Description - For the past seventy years, North Koreans and South Koreans have judged, hated and feared each other. Koreans have focused on things like internal happiness and external acts of power, but neither of those things have helped to reunify the Korean Peninsula. The voices of ...

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