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VIDEO: Remember 15-year-old John?



  • October 07, 2021
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The story of 15-year-old John is a powerful reminder of just how desperate North Korean believers are for the Gospel, so we didn’t want you to miss it.

Crossing the North Korean border is extremely dangerous, but John had no other choice. His family was starving, and they desperately needed help.

But John found more than just physical help when he escaped. He also found the Gospel … which he would eventually give his life to defend.

Watch the incredible testimony of this young

martyr as told by our North Korean partner.

North Korean Christians like John are willing to risk everything — even their lives — to get their hands on God’s Word. They’re desperate to read it for themselves and to share it with others.

They especially need the comfort of Scripture right now as North Korea is going through a historic famine and countless people are starving.

Today, you can help answer the prayers of a North Korean who is waiting for a Bible … and you can provide him with lifesaving food, too! Your $20 gift will provide one hungry North Korean with a week’s worth of nutritious food plus his very own Bible.

Our partners have a secret underground network that they have used to distribute Bibles and other aid throughout North Korea for over 20 years. Using this network, they’ll ensure that the help you send gets into the hands of the people who need it most.

And since North Korean believers often share their Bibles with trusted family and friends, each copy you give will impact as many as five people — multiplying your impact!

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