A faith-based humanitarian organization is working to nourish the “body and soul” of persecuted North Koreans by sending food supplies and Bibles into the country where believers and their relatives are frequently sent to labor camps under the brutal regime of Kim Jong Un.
The humanitarian organization World Help has focused its efforts on delivering Bibles to countries like China and Russia since its establishment in 1991, around the time of the Soviet Union’s fall. Since 2006, World Help has worked with partners to deliver Bibles to North Koreans, an act that World Help President Noel Brewer Yeatts described as the “heartbeat” of the organization in an interview with The Christian Post.
Open Doors , a watchdog group that monitors the persecution of Christians worldwide, characterizes North Korea as a “brutally hostile place for Christians to live.”
The watchdog organization cited a 2022 report by The International Bar Association and The […]
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