Open Doors launches another solidarity campaign for North Korean church.

By June 22, 2006

North Korea (MNN)–The Chinese government is still encouraging local authorities in all areas to arrest North Korean refugees, many of whom are believers.

Open Doors is taking care of refugees traveling between North Korea and China, continually training them for ministry.

They are also rescuing Christians from North Korea who are in hardship. Earlier this year, Open Doors delivered various supplies for physical and spiritual needs to the leaders requesting them in North Korea.

The ministry is also developing new teaching materials for workers in the field, as the current materials have been distributed for a number of years.

A new project with great potential is now in progress in North Korea, although it was suspended for a time. In addition, Open Doors continues with numerous confidential projects.

All these efforts are a show of solidarity with the North Korean church. It continues this week, with a special campaign Open Doors USA launched on their behalf.

In cooperation with the North Korea Freedom Coalition, ODM is heading a Fax and Pray Campaign To Save North Korean Refugees. It coincides with the International Week of Prayer for North Korea.

By faxing a letter to Zhou Wenzhong, Chinese Ambassador to the United States, believers can protest the systematic and violent repatriation of thousands of North Korean refugees by the Chinese government.

They can be faxed automatically to the Chinese Embassy in Washington by going to the Open Doors USA website at http://members.opendoorsusa.org/nkfaxcampaign. A sample letter is included on the web site.

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