Underground Churches in North Korea Growing

Christianity is spreading in North Korea as more North Koreans are rejecting the regime of Kim Jung-un and searching for faith a defector told The Telegraph.

North Korea releases pastor amid nuclear ICBM threats

Hyeun-soo Lim, the Korean Canadian church leader sentenced to life in prison with hard labour, has been freed today (9 August) ‘on sick bail’, says a North Korean state news agency. Convicted in December 2015 by the country’s Supreme Court of numerous charges, including an attempt to overthrow the government, he had been detained in North Korea since February 2015.

North Korea Denies Persecution of Christians

When an editor asked about the persecution of Christians inside the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, a spokesman for the regime said his question was “absolutely false”.

N. Korea Sentences Missionary to Life (Video)

Kim Jung Wook, a South Korean Baptist missionary, has been given a life sentence at a hard labor camp in North Korea for allegedly spying for South Korea and trying to establish underground churches.

North Korea Releases Australian Missionary

John Short, an 75-year-old Australian Christian, was released from detention in Pyongyang, North Korea yesterday. The missionary, based in Hong Kong, had been arrested and charged with attempting to overthrow the government on February 16th by authorities in North Korea.

Australian Missionary Arrested in North Korea

John Short, an 75-year-old Australian Christian, was arrested and charged with attempting to overthrow the government by North Korea, Reuters reported on Wednesday.

N. Korea sentences American Missionary to 15 years

North Korea has sentenced an imprisoned American tour operator to 15 years hard labor for attempting to topple the Kim regime as part of a Christian missionary plan that began in 2006, according to Gawker.

200,000 Plus to Die in North Korean Camps

As many as 200,000 people are being held in North Korean labor camps; many inmates have no hope of release because their keeper’s ideology considers human criminal behavior to last “for at least three generations,” according to Jo Chung-Hee, a former Communist who converted to Christianity.

Christian Rights Groups Supports UN Inquiry

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) is urging all European Union (EU) foreign ministers to call for the formation of a United Nations (UN) Commission of Inquiry to investigate claims of crimes against humanity in North Korea, Worthy News has learned.

North Korea Releases American Christian

North Korea released an American Christian Friday, August 27, seven months after he was detained for illegally entering the reclusive state to protest reported human rights abuses.

Ex-President Carter in North Korea to Release Christian

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrived in North Korea Wednesday, August 25, to try to win the release of a devoted American Christian who has been jailed for illegally entering the isolated state earlier this year. Aijalon Mahli Gomes, aged 30 from Boston, Massachusetts, entered North Korea on January 25 to protest human rights abuses in the communist nation, fellow rights activists said.

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