No more sending Bibles across the border to North Korea in balloons, says South Korea

(Worthy News) - One consequence of the ongoing peace initiatives between South Korea and the US with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been the ban on balloon launches for Christian ministries, who used the tactic to send leaflets and Gospel messages to North Koreans.

Eric Foley with Voice of the Martyrs Korea explained that despite 12 years of efforts launching balloons into North Korea, the South Korean government has now banned ministries from continuing with such efforts.

Foley told Mission Network News on Monday that essentially, South Korea does not want to upset its northern neighbor and endanger the peace talks. [ Source: Christian Today (Read More...) ]

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3 thoughts on “No more sending Bibles across the border to North Korea in balloons, says South Korea”

  1. The word of the Lord is like oxygen one cannot live without it and the word will continue penetrating North Korea because God the creator of heaven and earth is in control of everything

  2. when one door closed another one will open, God will make another way for North Korea to penetrating with gospel.

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