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Watch the testimony of a 15-year-old North Korean martyr

Watch the testimony of a 15-year-old North Korean martyr

Crossing the river bordering North Korea is extremely dangerous … but 15-year-old John had no other choice. His family was struggling to survive. They had no jobs. No money. If he didn’t do something, they would all starve to death. They desperately needed help. But...
Why is the Tumen River one of the most dangerous places on earth?

Why is the Tumen River one of the most dangerous places on earth?

The Tumen River, which separates North Korea from China, is considered one of the most dangerous rivers in the world to cross. It’s not that the river is particularly deep, wide, or treacherous. In fact, if you stand on the North Korean bank, you can look across the...
Hana’s year inside a North Korean political prison

Hana’s year inside a North Korean political prison

“I looked in the mirror and said, ‘Who is that person?’” After a year of being tortured for her faith inside one of North Korea’s top secret political prisons, Hana couldn’t even recognize herself anymore. Black, blue, and purple bruises stretched across her face. Her...
2 Reasons North Korean Christians need your help

2 Reasons North Korean Christians need your help

There’s a reason Jesus called Himself the Bread of Life and the Living Water. He knows we need both our physical and spiritual needs met in order to grow and thrive. But right now in North Korea, underground Christians are starving — both physically and spiritually....
5 things North Korean believers are asking you to pray for

5 things North Korean believers are asking you to pray for

Picture this: A church member approaches you after Sunday service and shares that she has been diagnosed with cancer. She even mentions she will start chemotherapy soon. Your most likely response? “I’ll be praying for you.” When our brothers and sisters in Christ are...
Hana’s year inside a North Korean political prison

Why is North Korea experiencing another famine?

“By the end of 1998, the worst of the famine was over, not necessarily because anything had improved but … because there were fewer mouths to feed.” That’s the sad picture journalist Barbara Demick paints in her book, “Nothing to Envy.” In this passage, she describes...
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