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Missions Insider Report
Friday, June 2, 2017
Volume 18, Issue 22


Pushing Aid through Closed Border in North Korea

North Korea this week defied the West with another missile test, further provoking a nuclear threat that has brought Chinese and North Korean soldiers to their common border — and shut off aid to starving people. An indigenous missionary, however, has found a way to get relief in
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Young people study the Bible at a church in China begun by trafficked women from North Korea who were rescued from slavery and came to know Christ as Savior and Lord. Established in 2015, the church near the border with North Korea includes the women's Chinese husbands and children, among others. The church now meets in three locations, each with plural leadership — 65 worshiping at the original site, 21 at another and 15 at the other. Each congregation needs financial assistance for summer schools, Bible schools, micro-enterprise projects and rented facilities. "If you can, pray for one location that has financial problems," the leader of the indigenous ministry that rescued the formerly trafficked women said. "They have no funds to pay the rent."


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