NORTH KOREA: Evangelism Projects and Orphan Aid
“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who dwelt in a land of deep darkness, on them has light shone.”
~ Isaiah 9:2
North Korea is one of the darkest places in the world, and sadly, this darkness spreads beyond the physical into every spectrum of life. House of hope represents the voice of the oppressed, striving to preserve the most basic of human rights, liberties, dignities, and qualities of life for those living in this utter darkness.
Founders of House of Hope
Reverend Simon Suh was a former senior associate pastor at King’s Park International Church in Durham, NC. In 2002, Simon moved with his family in order to serve as the Missions Director for Dr. Billy Kim’s ministry. Though they only intended to stay for two years, Simon found himself pastoring the Every Nation Church of Seoul four years later. It was during this time that he also founded an orphanage for children in China. In an attempt to better serve North Korean defectors, Simon also started an NGO called Serving Life International (SLI), which has established multiple orphanages and shelters for North Korean defectors.
Due to the sensitive nature of this project, further information is available upon request at firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations of any dollar value are greatly appreciated.
Through the House of Hope Orphanage and safe haven shelters, the loving Gospel of Jesus is being effectively presented. North Korean children are meeting Jesus as their Savior and becoming His followers. Simon’s ministry also supports an underground gathering place, sending food and the Gospel message through balloons, and facilitating the border crossing of North Korean defectors.
Due to the sensitive nature of this project, further information is available upon request at email@example.com.
All donations go 100% to the JLM projects and are tax deductible through 501c3 status.