In April North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un crossed the border and set foot on South Korean soil to meet with President Moon Jae-in, perhaps marking the start of a more open communication channel between North and South Korea. During the meeting both parties signed a joint statement containing an agreement to denuclearization. It is reported that North Korea has since closed down one nuclear-testing site. Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in met again this past week, further discussing the North Korea-US summit initially set for June.
Nehemiah One Million Prayer Petition
Nehemiah Global Initiative has started a campaign is designed to engage people from all over the world who have a heart for North Korea. Through this campaign we REMEMBER the 25 million North Korean citizens, STAND WITH them, and PRAY for them. www.pray4nk.org
Please Pray to:
No More Missiles
In recent current events within the Korean Peninsula the South Korean National Security Chief, Chung Eui-yong, was in Washington reporting on his recent meeting with Mr Kim in Pyongyang. He expressed North Korea’s willingness to denuclearize, and Kim Jong-un’s want to talk with the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump.
North Korea: Worst Place to be a Christian in the World
North Korea has topped Open Doors’ yearly list of worst states for Christians for 16 years running. The Open Doors report said, “North Korea remains the most dangerous place in the world to be a Christian. Believers are forced to worship in secret - if they are discovered they are taken to labour camps. An estimated 70,000 Christians are believed to be in these camps where they face appalling conditions and are subject to torture, and may die.
On December 5, Nehemiah Global Initiative (NGO started by Kenneth Bae) will host a benefit concert to raise funds for the J-House project, which is a childcare support center for NK refugees. More than 40 different Korean artists will come and share their talents (skits, traditional music, classical, pop, dance, and more).
Location: The event will take place at Yongsan Art Center at 8 PM.
Ticket Prices: Ticket prices are 10,000 won; 20,000 won; and 30,000 won.
Click here for brochure details (only available in Korean).
Click here for the Korean version of the flier above.
For more information on the Nehemiah Global Initiative,
visit https://www.facebook.com/ngikorea/ or contact Joy at 070-7703-8803
For our monthly night of prayer, we will be having a special night of praying with and for North Korean students at the Nehemiah Daum School located in Yangjae. There will be a dinner at 7pm followed by a vision night, presenting the mission of the school and a time of prayer. The address is Seocho-gu, Yangjae-dong 265-21. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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