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Choice News SUNDAY, OCT 8, 2017  |  3 comments  |  2 commentaries
N. Korean Defector Describes Life as a Christian Under Kim Regime

A North Korean defector opened up about the underground church he led and the secretive life he and other Christians had there. He also revealed that despite being offered freedom for renouncing their religion, believers in the notorious prison camps refuse to do so.

Choi Kwanghyuk, who now lives in L.A., told The Christian Post in an email interview through the help of a translator with International Christian Concern on Thursday that he first learned about Christianity when he went to China to search for food.

There, he was connected with a Christian missionary and began studying the Bible. Eventually, he started sharing the Gospel with nine of his friends, and continued making trips back and forth to China with the aid of the missionary. ...


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Ignominius Emirakan | Traffic in prayer  Find all comments by Ignominius Emirakan
Chris G P from England wrote:
The conditions in the concentration and labour camps and prisons in North Korea is indeed terrible.
However, even outside, life in North Korea for "free" people is also barren and bleak, and for those outside the political elite who are allowed to live in Pyongyang, in the small towns and villages is not much better than the camps.
We must not forget to pray for the faithful Christians inside and outside the camps in North Korea, as well as those who have fled to China, and / or on their way to South Korea, USA and so on.
We need also to pray that guards, soldiers, police, party officials and others in power in that terrible regime will be converted.
Amen

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News Item10/8/17 7:31 AM
Chris G P from England | England  Find all comments by Chris G P from England
The conditions in the concentration and labour camps and prisons in North Korea is indeed terrible.

However, even outside, life in North Korea for "free" people is also barren and bleak, and for those outside the political elite who are allowed to live in Pyongyang, in the small towns and villages is not much better than the camps.

We must not forget to pray for the faithful Christians inside and outside the camps in North Korea, as well as those who have fled to China, and / or on their way to South Korea, USA and so on.

We need also to pray that guards, soldiers, police, party officials and others in power in that terrible regime will be converted.

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News Item10/8/17 7:07 AM
Ignominious Emirakan | Not our home  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
We want to provide not only humanitarian aid that addresses their basic needs, but also the Gospel that they don't get to hear in their country. We invite Christians to remember and pray for North Korea and its 25 million oppressed souls," she said, also urging support for ministries.

Commenting on the high tension between Kim and U.S. President Donald Trump, with the North Korean regime threatening to aim missiles at U.S. territories, Goh said it is easy to forget that there are millions of ordinary people "living under the tyranny of Kim."

"They are deprived of their rights to know the truth about their leadership and the outside world. People are malnourished both physically and spiritually," she said.

She doesn't believe the current tension is necessarily placing Christians in North Korea under more suspicion. However, the three Korean-American Christians still being held there ‚ÄĒ Kim Dong Chul, Kim Sang-duk, and Kim Hak Song ‚ÄĒ might not receive their freedom any time soon due to deteriorated relations.

Guards " often talked about how stubborn Christians are. Even though they are offered release by signing a contract renouncing their religion, they do not accept this offer. Some of them feel that living inside the political camp is better than going outside"!!

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