LightShed Table Talk #62–“Persecuted Christians”, Part 2-Spiritual Background of Persecution in North Korea
Jeff shares his heart for persecuted Christians around the world, especially in North Korea.
In this video, he shares powerful messages about spiritual background of persecution in North Korea.
* Jeff King- President of International Christian Concern
Jeff King has served as the president of the International Christian Concern (ICC) since 2002 and has traveled extensively to meet with victims of religious persecution around the world and to provide assistance. ICC has delivered direct aid to victims of persecution in dozens of countries since 1995 and regularly advises members of Congress and other government leaders on issues of religious freedom. ICC’s work has been referenced by a range of media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Christian Post, and Fox News. ICC’s staff and president have been published in Foreign Policy, the Washington Examiner, the Daily Caller, and National Review Online.
*International Christian Concern – http://www.persecution.org/
ICC serves victims of religious persecution around the world and provides timely and significant help. Also, ICC champions religious freedom through education to rase awareness, advocacy to impact policies, and provides tangible assistance for the persecuted Christians around the world.
*Upcoming events – “The Bridge” Conference, http://thepersecutionconference.org/
International Christian Concern is partnering with Saddleback Church to put on this year’s The Bridge. Please join us on June 2 & 3, 2017 in greater Los Angeles, where we are gathering the Church, government officials, nonprofits and concerned citizens to focus on breaking the chains of the persecuted in North Korea.
Additionally, on May 24 ICC will host a Policy Day on Capitol Hill where we will discuss the major human rights challenges facing the people of North Korea and possible solutions. Hear from members of Congress, policy experts, activists and those with first-hand experience with the issues. Remarks begin at 10:00 AM and the event will conclude by 2:00 PM. RSVP required.