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It's the core technology for North Korean ministry. But it can't be imported from the West because of its scarcity there.

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In Underground Technology and Underground University, our discipleship and missionary schools for North Korean defectors in Seoul, we don’t teach South Korean or Western strategies of evangelism, discipleship, and church planting. We don't even teach missional "best practices". Instead...

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It's NOT Christians that NK objects to. It's THIS.

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Some Western and South Korean Christians believe that through religious tourism and humanitarian aid, North Koreans can at least be exposed to Christians in a way that brings about a gradual religious change. Interestingly, Kim Il Sung believed that to be an effective strategy—an...

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A Christian response to Muslim refugees

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Today, Korean people—even Korean Christians—are especially worried about Muslim refugees entering Korea. We say, “Yemeni immigrants have come as fake immigrants! They have been trained to steal our women and to Islamize Korea!” We are concerned that we may lose the most...

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While the nations rage, Christians' prayer priority remains unchanged

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Uncertainty regarding the status of negotiations between North Korea, the United States, and South Korea has fixed many Christians’ eyes to the headlines daily to know how to pray. But the most important prayer that Christians can pray related to North Korea is one that can only be found...

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“Can’t you just wait?” Why the Peace of Korea can—and must—be entrusted to balloon launchers, among others

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Launching balloons into North Korea is never boring work, but these are especially interesting times to be a launcher. “Why can’t you just wait to launch?” is the question one hears repeatedly, often urgently and in frustration, asked by government officials, police, media...

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Why I Don't Pray for North Korea to "Open to the Gospel"

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As I travel to speak about North Korea, I frequently hear Christians say, "I have been praying for many years for North Korea to open to the Gospel." This is a very understandable sentiment due to how North Korea is portrayed in the news. Take for instance the recent Associated Press...

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On The Death Of Our North Korean Student, Mrs. Choi

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Today, Holy Saturday, we are having the memorial service for our former student named Mrs. Choi. She was born February 10th, 1973. Her hometown was Chungjin, in North Hamgyeong Province. She was sold in China and lived near Harbin for some years, giving birth to a son. She came to Korea on April...

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It's now the post-missionary age of NK ministry, and its newest hero is Mrs. MG

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People sometimes mistakenly label Dr. Foley and me as "missionaries to North Korea." Actually, we are not missionaries but rather servants of the persecuted church of North Korea. Everything we do for North Koreans, we do in support of, in partnership with, and at the request of the North Korean...

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More than even our prayers or our money, persecuted Christians need this

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"How can we help persecuted Christians?" It is the question I have been privileged to be asked nearly every day for nearly two decades. Most people assume that the answer must be some combination of prayer and financial giving, and most people assume that the biggest challenges in helping will...

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An NK Bible Smuggling Story: How God Smuggles Bibles By Transforming Hearts, Not Deceiving Eyes

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I met a young North Korean man Sunday who was newly arrived in South Korea. He had defected shortly after completing his mandatory ten year military service. He had caught my attention during the worship service where I was preaching because he held eye contact with me the entire time, had...

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