Korean Church Coalition Events for Next Week in Washington

kcc-poster.gifThe Korean Church Coalition forwards this press release:

KOREAN CHURCH COALITION for North Korean Freedom will be hosting a series of events in Washington D.C. on July 13, 2010 to July 14, 2010, to Speak on Behalf of the Voiceless.

Irvine, CA ““Member pastors of the Korean Church Coalition (KCC) for North Korea Freedom will hold a series of events in Washington D.C. and its surrounding areas. The events are intended to bring awareness to the current plight of the persecuted North Korean refugees and orphans and expose the weaknesses and strengths of the former and current US policy as it relates to the Korean Peninsula and neighboring countries.

Pastors from every state and major city in the United States will be joined by a delegation from South Korea, including Chairman Kwang Sun Rhee of the Christian Council of Korea (CCK-Han Ki Chong) and actor Cha In Pyo (“The Crossing”), and will march onto our Nation’s Capital to “Speak on Behalf of the Voiceless”, at the National Press Club, Lafayette Park adjacent to the White House, White House sidewalk on Pennsylvania Ave., the West Lawn of the US Capital AND the Congressional and Senate offices of this great nation ….

You can see a full calendar of events here:


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  1. I am told that all events will be primarily in English, and the few Korean speakers speeches will be translated into English except for Wednesday’s evening Prayer Vigil at KCPC and that all events are open to the public and are free.


  2. Christianity is at the center of the contemporary Korean conflict, although 90% of people (including many in Korea itself) have to be dragged kicking and screaming to this conclusion. North Korea is the most hostile nation on earth towards Christianity and greatly fears missionary activity as it is a threat to the Juche cult. South Korea exports more missionaries per capita than any country in the world.

    History is on the side of the South, the Church and the beleagured people suffering under the Kims in the DPRK.