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Voice of the Martyrs Korea Announces the Publication of the First Ever North Korean/English Parallel Study Bible

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Voice of the Martyrs Korea announces the publication of the first ever North Korean/English Parallel Study Bible, produced in partnership with Wycliffe MissionAssist (UK), SDOK (Netherlands), and Voice of the Martyrs US. This Parallel Study Bible consists of Genesis and the New Testament and ...

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Why God Is Gracious To Spare Us From Revival

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Persecution leads to revival--that's the received wisdom. Government cracks down on church; church deepens its commitment and spiritual maturity; church grows; government gnashes teeth. But what if the reverse is true? What if revival actually leads to persecution, not the other way ...

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Video - Shall We Compare The Kingdom Of God To Something Small And Dead?

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

To what shall we compare the Kingdom of God . . . How about to something small and dead?! In Mark 4:30-32, Jesus compares the Kingdom of God to a mustard seed. We usually note that a mustard seed is small, but we often forget the most important part of Jesus' parable. Watch the video podcast ...

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A Behind The Scenes Look At Our Gospel Balloon Launches Into North Korea

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

Every year Voice of the Martyrs Korea launches thousands of New Testaments by balloon into the Southern portion of North Korea.  Here is a behind the scenes look at what goes on with each balloon launch! New App Lets Us Pinpoint Where Bibles Will Land…Before We Launch! A ...

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It Is The Church’s Own 1,000 Year-Old Marriage Equality Ruling That Is Its Greatest Problem, Not The One From This Month

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

What can be said about this month’s marriage equality ruling that has not yet been said? With reference to the Bible and church history, a lot, it turns out. Very little of it relates to critiquing the Supreme Court ruling. As Lamin Sanneh writes in Disciples of All Nations: Pillars ...

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