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Bibles in Iran: The demand is high, but the supply is low

Bibles in Iran: The demand is high, but the supply is low

In Iran, being a Christian is one of the riskiest things you can do. It can get you separated from your community. It can get you thrown into a prison cell. It can even get you killed. It’s one of the most dangerous places in the world for believers to live, and far...
Will you be the one to share their story?

Will you be the one to share their story?

Although he is North Korean, Jae-jin grew up in China. But his family’s story is still one of persecution and heartache, and to this day, we have to change his name to keep him safe.Today, he is a strong Christian who faithfully shares the Gospel despite the risks —...
Iran intelligence minister admits Christianity is spreading

Iran intelligence minister admits Christianity is spreading

Iran is home to one of the world’s fastest-growing Christian populations. We’ve known this — our partners working secretly inside Iran have told us over and over how the underground church is exploding so fast that they can’t even keep up with the demand for Bibles!...
Persecution: The cost of following Jesus

Persecution: The cost of following Jesus

Editor’s Note: Ripken was a personal witness to much of the content below. For the events and words where the author was not present, great care has been taken to recapture and relay the words and events as exactly as possible. Everything expressed here was reproduced...
Would you buy this black-market Book?

Would you buy this black-market Book?

In North Korea, owning a Bible can be a death sentence. But across this dark nation, Christians are willing to take that risk just to hold a copy of God’s Word in their hands. Some persecuted believers have become creative with how and where they hide their secret...
A North Korean Christian’s single greatest desire

A North Korean Christian’s single greatest desire

“If I could just praise my God in public and then die, I would die content.” Freedom is all Won wanted. But it wasn’t the freedom to vote or read an uncensored newspaper. Instead, it was the freedom to worship her Heavenly Father.“I want to sing praises to my God at...
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