via North Korea: Where Getting Caught with a Bible Means a Death Sentence | CBN News

WASHINGTON — North Korea is widely known as the most oppressive place on earth for Christians. It’s a place where believers practice their faith in secret. North Koreans cannot even own a Bible or speak the name of Jesus in public.

Possessing a Bible could get you 15 years of hard labor in a prison camp, or worse.

Vernon Brewer, President of World Help, knows that well. He spends his days smuggling Bibles into the hermit kingdom.

via North Korea: Where Getting Caught with a Bible Means a Death Sentence | CBN News

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