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Two New Books Forthcoming from VOMK (Introduction to Preparing for the Underground Church, Part VII)

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

(Part VII of VII of Pastor Foley’s introductory essay to Rev. Richard Wurmbrand’s Preparing for the Underground Church. To order a print or electronic copy of the bilingual Korean/English edition of Preparing for the Underground Church, including Pastor Foley’s introductory...

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The Time Of Preparation Is At Hand (Introduction to Preparing for the Underground Church, Part VI)

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

(Part VI of VII of Pastor Foley’s introductory essay to Rev. Richard Wurmbrand’s Preparing for the Underground Church. To order a print or electronic copy of the bilingual Korean/English edition of Preparing for the Underground Church, including Pastor Foley’s introductory...

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What is the Underground Church? (Introduction to Preparing for the Underground Church, Part V)

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

(Part V of VII of Pastor Foley’s introductory essay to Rev. Richard Wurmbrand’s Preparing for the Underground Church. To order a print or electronic copy of the bilingual Korean/English edition of Preparing for the Underground Church, including Pastor Foley’s introductory essay...

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The Church is More Like Its Persecutors Than Its Lord (Introduction to Preparing for the Underground Church, Part III)

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

(Part III of VII of Pastor Foley’s introductory essay to Rev. Richard Wurmbrand’s Preparing for the Underground Church. To order a print or electronic copy of the bilingual Korean/English edition of Preparing for the Underground Church, including Pastor Foley's introductory essay and...

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The Only Revolution Capable of a Decisive Battle Against Christianity in the Free World (Introduction to Preparing for the Underground Church, Part I)

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

(Part I of VII of Pastor Foley’s introductory essay to Rev. Richard Wurmbrand’s Preparing for the Underground Church. To order a print or electronic copy of the bilingual Korean/English edition of Preparing for the Underground Church, including Pastor Foley's introductory essay and...

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Please don't study the Bible

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

It seems almost unbiblical to ask Christians not to study the Bible, and yet a careful reading of the text supports the request. As a teacher of the Bible, one of my first instructions to students is to find the best study Bible they can...and then cut all of the study notes out of it so that...

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When It Comes To The North Korea Government, Be Careful How You Speak--And Pray

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Years ago, Dr. Foley and I brought the leader of a large North Korean defector organization to Oklahoma to speak at the national conference of our sister mission, Voice of the Martyrs USA. After the North Korean defector gave his speech, a father approached us with his young son. "This is...

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What's Wrong With A Joint NK/SK Christian Easter Prayer? About 30,000 Things

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

Last week South's Korea's National Council of Churches in Korea (NCCK) and North Korea's Korean Christian Federation (KCF) issued a joint Easter prayer. It says in part: God,   We yearn that compatriots of the North and South unlock the latch of separation and mightly soar on two...

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Richard Wurmbrand: Thank God For Bad Offerings And Don’t Become One Yourself

Posted by Rev. Eric Foley on

If you've ever been discouraged because you received a poor offering from a church where you spoke, Pastor Wurmbrand offers a reason for giving thanks (from his own personal correspondence): A poor pastor came once to a thrifty church in which nobody gave money. They did not have even...

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What Happens When A Christian Is Imprisoned?

Posted by Rev. Tim Dillmuth on

Post by Pastor Tim - Some years back North Korea separated imprisoned Christians from the rest of the concentration camp population.  Why?  Because in the midst of their own suffering, imprisoned Christians were a witness to others, and more and more prisoners came to faith in Jesus...

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