Closeup of hands holding a tattered bibleTwo people filling a balloon for bible smugglingMap of gps tracking points

Write a note to be smuggled into North Korea

Closeup of hands holding a tattered bibleTwo people filling a balloon for bible smugglingMap of gps tracking points

North Korea is one of the world’s most restricted nations—one of the hardest places in the world to be a Christian. It’s a country where it is illegal to say “God is real,” since the country’s founder, Kim Il Sung, and members of his family, including current leader Kim Jong Un, are glorified as deities to be worshiped.

So when North Korean Christians introduce the gospel to others, it is customary for them to begin by actually using this same phrase, in direct challenge to the government’s propaganda that upholds the Kim family as gods.

Today you have the opportunity to get the message that God is real to people in North Korea by sending a personal note.

When you request this special kit, you can write the Korean words for “God is real” on a sticker that will be affixed inside a Bible … and that Bible will be smuggled into the “Hermit Kingdom” by air, land or sea.

It’s a tangible way to send a life-changing message to a North Korean — and in their own language. Everything you need is included in the kit, and there’s even space to practice tracing the Korean words.

What a great way to introduce the gospel to a North Korean. Request your kit today!

Introduce the gospel to a North Korean by tracing the words “God is real” in Korean on a sticker that will be affixed in a Bible to be launched into North Korea.

Korean characters spelling “God is real”