Project: North Korea

The Hardest Place In The World To Follow Jesus

This year, North Korea topped the World Watch List for the 16th year running. It’s still the hardest place in the world to follow Jesus, a life and death decision for people in North Korea.

We heard about a believer who was arrested when the police found a Bible in his home. He was badly beaten and put in prison, his friend told us; 

“I’ve known this man for a long time. When he came to faith, he made a decision that one day he would die for Christ. Every Christian in North Korea has made that choice. My friend knew that one day he could get caught and on that day he had to be loyal to Jesus.” 

North Korean believers desperately need your help. In so many ways the survival of the Gospel is at stake. At Open Doors, we link the persecuted church with the free church and do all we can to facilitate the survival and growth of the Gospel. 

Partner With Us On The Front Line

In 2017 we want to:

• Supply North Korean believers with emergency relief (food, medicine, clothing etc) 
• Distribute Christian books and other material
• Provide training through radio broadcasting
• Provide discipleship for North Korean believers who have fled to China 

 In April, our goal is to raise $84,000 in Australia for North Korean believers. This will contribute to the $1.6 million Open Doors will raise internationally, this year. We need your help to do it!