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Look for God and You Will Find Him

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What is the first image that comes to mind when you think about God? Do you picture a loving father who welcomes His children with open arms or is He more like a fickle spiritual being somewhere out in the universe that sometimes chooses or chooses not to intervene with the events of this world? ...

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Disciple is Spelled With an “F”: A Diagnostic Rap For Those Engaged In Ministry

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

This month Dr. Foley and I celebrate the college graduations of our two youngest children, both of whom will be headed to seminary in the US this fall after interning with Voice of the Martyrs Korea over the summer. Typically it is the role of parents to say wise things to their children in such ...

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Nigerian Pastor: Satan Prowls Around like a Roaring Lion, Seeking Someone to Devour

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“Sometimes, I feel like the captain of a sinking ship,” began Pastor Daniel. In northern Nigeria, where Boko Haram swept through like a plague, Pastor Daniel Dogo Awayi’s church and congregation suffered and still continue to face horrific violence on a daily basis. Following ...

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North Korean Government Desecrates Grave Of Underground Christian Because It Was In The Shape Of A Cross

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

"Learning about Jesus is better than gold." These are the words that Mrs. Oh uses to describe her time learning about God in Underground Technology (UT) so far. Before Mrs. Oh became a UT student, we visited her in her home. She shared with us that she and her whole family were underground ...

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And Jesus Said, “It Was Me.”

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Click here for Sharing Your Bread 3 audio recording In the form of an old soldier, a helpless mother, and an orphan stealing from a poor woman selling apples Jesus appeared to the shoemaker who waited eagerly for His visit. The shoemaker, however, was unaware of the fact that he had already ...

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Myanmar Pastor Urges Korean Church Leaders: Let's Take The Lowest Seat For Jesus And Show Christ Through Our Suffering

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Pastor John Biak, one of Myanmar’s most effective evangelists, comes to Korea as a living example of how education and success should lead Christians not upward to greater honor and earthly benefits but downward to lower and lower positions of service and sacrifice in our country. A special ...

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Pastor Han Chung-Ryeol (한충렬), Our Brother, Martyred April 30, 2016

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

I want to tell you about one of the great men of North Korea ministry upon the occasion of his martyrdom in Changbai, China this past Saturday, April 30, 2016. His name was Pastor Han Chung-Ryeol (한충렬). He was 49 years old. He was married, with one son and one daughter. He ...

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