Arguably the toughest place in the world to be a Christian is North Korea, which is why it’s one of my favorite places to broadcast the gospel. What the North Korean government doesn’t understand is that the more they clamp down on the church, the brighter the light of the gospel shines.
Today, I have the privilege of sharing with you the testimony of Illyong Ju, a defector from North Korea. Though he has had many family members taken to political prison camps, he still has hope for the oppressed nation.
As he has personally witnessed, despite the ruling party’s best efforts to squash the spread of Christianity, the “gospel is unstoppable.”