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Leo Rhee

In Seoul, a Korean American Pastor Hopes for a Gospel Movement

Much like the name of the church he is leading, Pastor Leo Rhee of CityLight Seoul hopes to see a movement of Christians in Seoul who aim to be a “light” in the city, proactively loving the city and sharing the gospel – for the good of the city and to see God’s kingdom come. It’s also made evident in the church’s slogan: “A church in the city to love the city.”

Trump Congress

Christian Leaders Urge Lawmakers to Reject Trump Administration's Proposed Budget Cuts on Foreign Aid

More than 100 Christian leaders signed a letter addressed to members of Congress, urging them to reject President Trump’s proposed budget cuts on foreign aid. The Trump administration released its budget blueprint on Thursday, called “America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again,” among which included cuts to the foreign aid budget called the International Affairs Budget.

Bryan Kim

Weep for Korea, Our Homeland

On March 10, eight justices from the Supreme Court of Korea unanimously voted for the unprecedented impeachment of President Geun-Hye Park. Among the five grounds for impeachment introduced by the National Assembly, the violation of sovereign power and the constitution was enough to determine her impeachment.

Dozens of Korean Missionaries Expelled from China

China has expelled numerous Korean missionaries in recent months, according to media reports. The Chinese government expelled 32 Korean missionaries from Yanji, South Korean media said.

Samaritan's Purse

Samaritan’s Purse Staff Released From Detention in South Sudan

Eight native staff members of Samaritan’s Purse were released from detention in South Sudan on Tuesday. The staff were reported to have been abducted by rebel forces on Monday in the Mayendit region, and some reports even mentioned that the kidnappers requested food as ransom.

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