A North Korean defector detailed what itâ€™s like to live as a Christian in North Korea, telling President Donald Trump and the State Department's religious freedom ministerial about the execution of his cousin's family for sharing the Gospel.
Illyong Ju was among nearly 30 survivors of religious persecution who met with the president at the White House last Wednesday. Hours beforehand he shared his story and those of other North Korean defectors with media gathered at the Harry S. Truman building.
Ju was born in North Korea in 1996 and was the youngest of three children. He said that throughout his childhood, his parents listened to foreign radio broadcasts for over 10 years, an illegal act in the authoritarian country led by the controlling Kim regime.
According to the State Department, listening to the radio inspired the family to seek a new-found faith. Later, Juâ€™s parents decided it would...
I don't think the president or the government is the answer to this problem, that's socialist thinking. What has the church done? What does your church do? Does it even know what to do to help? Right here on sermon audio, Bob Faulkner church of hackberry house of chosun has a really good ministry in this... why not contact him? I did. Learned a lot.