1. They are not your typical Bible school students. Not only are they from one of the most dangerous countries in the world to be a Christian -- North Korea -- most of them are older women who have come to attend the multi-year leadership training school for North Korean defectors at the Underground University in Seoul. In this report by VOM Canada's Greg Musselman -- shot on location in Seoul, South Korea -- you'll meet two amazing women who are passionate about getting the Gospel to North Koreans. (Length 10:45 | From The Voice of the Martyrs Canada / The Voice of the Martyrs Korea

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  2. When Mrs. Lee was 85 years old, she began the next chapter of her life. Mrs. Lee, a North Korean defector, graduated in 2015 from a discipleship training school known as Underground University, which is operated by The Voice of the Martyrs Korea in Seoul, South Korea. She is very active in her ministry to North Koreans wherever they are found. VOM Canada's Greg Musselman spent time with this amazing follower of Christ as she shares her story of coming to faith in Jesus and the many challenges she has experienced throughout life -- including her harrowing escape from North Korea. (Length 6:45 | From The Voice of the Martyrs Canada and Korea)

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  3. In January 2015, Toronto area pastor, Hyeon Soo Lim, was detained by North Korean authorities while on a charitable mission to the country's northern region. Later that year, he was convicted of attempting to subvert the authoritarian regime of Kim Jong Un and subsequently sentenced to life in a labour camp. Rev. Lim was recently released and arrived home in Canada on August 9, 2017, after spending two years and seven months in custody. Recently, he joined Lorna Dueck for an exclusive interview on "100 Huntley Street" to tell his story and share of his unfaltering faith in God. (Length 14:45 | From 100 Huntley Street)

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  4. North Korea is the worst persecutor of Christians in the world. Christians are tortured, imprisoned and murdered. Private, non-state-sanctioned religious activity is prohibited. Eric Foley, from The Voice of the Martyrs Korea, explains why Christians are so brutally persecuted. You'll also be inspired and challenged by the incredible faith of our brothers and sisters in North Korea! Eric spoke this powerful message this past February in Winnipeg at MissionFest Manitoba.
    (Length: 45:30 | From MissionFest Manitoba)

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  5. North Korea is the worst persecutor of Christians in the world. Christians are tortured, imprisoned and murdered. Private, non-state-sanctioned religious activity is prohibited. Anyone discovered engaging in clandestine religious activity is subject to arrest, torture or even public execution. However that isn’t stopping the Gospel from penetrating the "Hermit Kingdom.'"
    VOM Canada partner Seoul USA, a ministry devoted to bringing the Gospel to North Korea recently launched balloons with New Testaments into the "Hermit Kingdom." SDOK from The Netherlands reports on what happened.
    (November 21 2014 | From VOM Korea/ SDOK)

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