North Korean Christians are praying for help. Will you be the answer?
North Korea is the most difficult place in the world to be a Christian. The most basic elements of our faith - daily prayer, reading the Bible, caring for the poor, and especially evangelizing the lost - are highly illegal. Neighbors spy on one another. At school, children are tricked into detailing their parents activities. One misstep or careless word can mean a labor camp sentence for not only yourself, but also your parents and children.
Economically, it is impossible to earn an "honest" wage. A broken Communist-era ration system left an economic vacuum. Black-market style trading quickly filled the void with counterfeiting, bribery, and smuggling. Drugs are used as currency.
For years, Global Advance's Alpha Relief Initiative has been partnering with believers on the front lines to bring hope to Christians in North Korea. Covert deliveries of food and supplies to known Christian families helps to sustain entire underground-Church communities. Carefully, they share what they're given with orphaned street-children with whispered love.
Right now we have an urgent opportunity to make a special delivery to one of these communities. Logistics have grown increasingly difficult so we must act quickly. Will you give today to ensure hope for believers in North Korea?