To lift up persecuted Christians in your prayers and see God at work in their livesSubscribe
Praise God that our partners were able to send nearly 40,000 Bibles into North Korea in the past year.
Pray that North Korean officials will stop seeing Christians as ‘bad citizens’ but rather as a positive social force.
Our partners fear that North Korea’s ‘state church’ is an instrument of state propaganda, while the underground church continues to face intense persecution. Pray that the international community will not abandon North Korea’s persecuted believers.
Foreign missionary activity has been described in North Korea’s official documents as ‘acts of terror’. Pray that God will protect those spreading the gospel inside North Korea.
Continue to pray that the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, will come to know Christ.
Our partners say that the apparent easing of tensions between North and South Korea has not led to any change in religious liberty inside the ‘hermit kingdom’. Ask God to sustain His long-suffering people inside North Korea.
Thank God that calls for greater religious freedom are growing in Malaysia. Yet, our partners there say this may provoke Muslim hardliners to greater persecution as they pursue their bid to make their country an Islamic state.
'Let us be on the side of those who sit in jails and are sentenced to death for their faith. Let us pray for them and help them'.