THE NORTH KOREAN THREAT…
AND THE ONLY HOPE LEFT
WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT.
Each day brings shocking new threats and abominations from the power hungry dictator of North Korea, Kim Jong Un. For years he has starved the people of his nation so he can fund a war machine. He threatens to destroy the United States and other countries while spreading false propaganda to his own people, insulating them from the rest of the world so they believe his lies. He has outlawed Christmas, the Bible, evangelism, and anything affiliated with Christianity. Brutal punishment for believers includes starvation, torture and death. While the rest of the world wrings their hands and wonders what to do, we believers know exactly what God would have us do—
Trust in Him and share the Gospel at every opportunity, bringing hope into the hearts of those who seek Him and to those who have yet to hear.
That’s right, we must find ways to share the Gospel with every man, woman and child in North Korea. Not only is this their only true hope, it may also be the only way to bring peace to the Korean peninsula. We must not rest until each North Korean has heard the Gospel!
Right now, we have that opportunity.
Land has been gifted to FEBC in South Korea. This land is located in just the right place, where we can build a radio station so powerful that our broadcasts will be heard across the entire country of North Korea. Yes, this outreach is incredibly ambitious and I estimate our costs will surpass $6 million over the next year. But first things first . . .
We are asking you, and every one of our ministry partners, to help raise the $250,000 needed immediately to break ground and get the radio tower built.
Give to Reach North Korea
This venture is so important, so extraordinary, that believers are already asking to be a part of it, to do all they personally can to make it happen! Korean pastors are standing by to join our broadcasts, so the people who hear them will listen and understand the Gospel—in their own language and culture.
Also ready to help is a group of North Korean defectors that we met on a recent trip to Asia. With tears in their eyes, they shared unforgettable testimonies, laden with unthinkable abuse and suffering. Yet they are so thankful for the Gospel . . . and so anxious to share it with their despairing countrymen! They told us,
We starve, but it’s not food we want.
We thirst, but not for water.
We are sick and have no medicine . . .
We know that only the Gospel can heal the people of North Korea.
Friend, let us be found faithful and seize this incredible God-given opportunity to reach those millions of souls in North Korea who have been so beaten down by the enemy of our souls that they may never have even heard the sweet name of Jesus!
Into North Korea
North Koreans Listen
Quietly in Their Homes
North Korean Defectors
Learn About Christ
North Korea Ministry Highlights
South Korea now has 13 radio stations and reaches most of Korea, ministering also to Koreans in most of the surrounding countries. The FEBC station located on Jeju Island, which is situated off the coast of the southern tip of Korea, is one of the Korean continent’s most powerful station. The Jeju Island station has the ability to broadcast into South Korea’s northern neighbor, North Korea.
North Korean Christians quietly and carefully listening to FEBC broadcasts in their homes, must always be careful of who might be watching. The government continues to exert intense pressure on underground churches, using tactics that make the churches that do persist extremely wary.
Background on North Korea
Population: 25,115,311 (2016 est.) racially homogeneous; there is a small Chinese community and a few ethnic Japanese
Religion: traditionally Buddhist and Confucianist, some Christian and syncretic Chondogyo (Religion of the Heavenly Way)
Videos and Stories from Korea
Land has recently been gifted to FEBC in South Korea to build a brand new station so powerful that our broadcasts will be heard across the entire country of North Korea. Already plans are moving forward in faith to begin prepping the land for construction...
Our annual International Council conference is being held this month in Korea.
On June 24th, 500 children from FEBC South Korea’s children’s choir performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City to celebrate FEBC Korea’s 60th anniversary.
One man’s radio broadcasts into North Korea are garnering increased recognition. Christian Today, an online Christian news source in the United States published an article concerning one of our broadcasters, Kim Chung-seong.
Here’s our monthly testimony, this time from a woman in North Korea…
Christians have rallied together after the South Korean ferry tragedy to minister to the grieving families, as Christian students also arrived in the country to sing songs of hope.
Because of FEBC’s investment in powerful broadcasting towers, North Koreans are able to hear the Gospel because FEBC’s radio station is the clearest one.
A video from our correspondence in South Korea on the current state of North Korea, and how FEBC is sending messages of hope into this isolated country.
The difference between North Korea and South Korea are night and day, especially their responses to Christianity.
FEBC’s David Kim shares stories on persecuted Christians in North Korea and the impact Korean believers had on a group of Syrian refugees in Jordan.
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