Last night in Seoul: some praise in Korean

My time here (one week) with Voice of the Martyrs—Korea has been really wonderful. The vision and ministry of VOM here is so dynamic, hope-filled, and vital that I consider it a real privilege to be able to work with them, and even more to have been invited to teach, preach and share on the topic of conversion from Islam to Christianity.

We had our last event tonight and it was splendid. I will leave you with a but of the audio from the music before my talk. Listen and enjoy:


Graduation Speech for Voice of the Martyrs (Seoul): “Conversion, Culture and Mission”

Some time ago I wasn’t contacted by the leadership of Voice of the Martyrs based here in Seoul, Korea. This morning I presented the graduation address (or commencement speech, as they call it in the USA) to a group of North Korean Christians and guests. Three of them had completed the six-month discipleship program, two of them were being commissioned as missionaries, and two had completed the full three-year program called Underground University.

The bible text is Ephesians 3:1–6. It is presented in English with ongoing translation to Korean. The graphs I reference are found here.

Here is the audio, and as always your questions or comments are welcome.

Speaking at VOM Korea with the Rev. Dr. [Redacted] translating