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North Korea Bible and Food

North Korea Bible and Food

North Korea has been ranked the most dangerous place in the world for Christians. And now believers aren’t just facing persecution … they’re also starving.

A historic food shortage is taking place in North Korea due to the pandemic and some of the country’s worst droughts in decades. People are dying. Families are desperate for food. But North Korea Christians are asking for something else, too. They want Bibles.

Your $20 gift will provide one starving, persecuted believer with food for a week plus his very first Bible!

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We're a Christian humanitarian organization serving the physical and spiritual needs of people in impoverished communities around the world.

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