North Korean / Chinese Pastor Killed for His Faith.

Voice of Matyrs are reporting that one of their partners, Pastor Han Chung-Ryeol, age 49, was brutally murdered on Saturday, April 30th, in Changbai, China. Born in China, he pastored a Three-Self Church near the North Korean border and helped

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God at Work in a Prison Cell.

The sharp, cold wind blew through the prison cell, but Hea Woo could hardly feel it … she could hardly feel anything. “I was within hours of death; sick, malnourished and frozen from the deplorable conditions of the prison cell,”

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Korean Pastor Imprisoned in Isolation.

Hyeon Soo Lim, a South Korean-born Canadian pastor, is serving a life sentence in North Korea for subversion. In a recent, monitored interview, he told CNN that he spends eight hours a day digging holes at a labour camp, where

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North Korean Church Growing

Ever since famine caused thousands to flee to China in the late 1990s, North Korea has seen unprecedented exposure to Christian missionaries. With the collapse of the state distribution system, Christian aid groups have stayed on along the border, offering

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North Korean Women Find Hope

Open Doors (OD) supports and organises secret Bible study meetings for North Korean trafficked women in China. Most of them have lost everything they had in North Korea and were lured into travelling to China by human traffickers, where they

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Finding Faith in North Korea

Kim Sang-Hwa is the daughter of a North Korean church leader. She now lives in South Korea, where the most fortified border in the world separates her from her parents and her North Korean brothers and sisters in Christ. This

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North Korea Persecution

For the 13th consecutive year, North Korea is ranked No. 1 on the World Watch List of the 50 countries where persecution is most extreme. The god-like worship of the leader, Kim Jong-Un, and his predecessors leaves little room for

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North Korea: Challenges to faith

For the twelfth year in a row, North Korea has again earned the status of being the most repressive nation on earth. It is also the world’s worst country that abuses human rights. Christians pay a high price to follow

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