October 24, 2006

"More than nuclear - the spiritual challenge that North Korea poses"

THIS WEEK'S TOPIC: Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2006, 6 to 7 pm
Hosted by Eddie DOG (Disciple of God)

North Korea has been hogging the headlines lately. The nuclear threat to the security of its neighbors, as well as to the United States, is a crisis of armageddon proportions. But hidden underneath the headlines is a bigger crisis that is pervasive in that isolated country.

God is being persecuted in that country. To believe in Jesus Christ is enough reason to be prosecuted in that god-less state. What can we do as Christians to help the plight of God's people in North Korea?

This is the topic that the Generation Connexion crew headed by Eddie DOG tries to resolve this week.Tune in Wednesday at 6:00 pm.

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  1. Rebecca M, Raton of North Korea12:27 PM

    Prayer is the only answer to help the people of North Korea.

  2. Rolando Perez from Rancho Cucamonga, CA12:32 PM

    Christians everywhere need to dedicate North Korea to the Blessed Virgin Mary. We need to pray that she help us ask her Son to enloiighten the minds of the leaders of North Korea.

  3. Emily in Chicago1:37 PM

    Everything is possible with God's help. Look at the great strides the Catholic Church is making in China. I see all the articles in parishorld about them. And you would not imagine these happening even just 20 years ago. Pray for evangelization to succeed in North Korea.

  4. Anonymous2:48 PM

    Let's bomb them.