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Rev. Foley graduated Magna cum Laude from
Purdue University in Philosophy,served as
Presidential Scholar at Christian Theological
Seminary, and received a master’s degree in
Applied Communication and Alternative Dispute
Resolution from the University of Denver. He
is the author of Coach Your Champions and The
Whole Life Offering: Christianity as
He is currently a doctoral student and
Nonprofit Fellow in the Doctor of Management
Program in the Weatherhead School of
Management at Case Western Reserve University,
where his research centers on the happiness of
North Korean defectors. He is an ordained
pastor of The Evangelical Church of North
Mrs. Hyun Sook Foley serves as President of
Seoul USA, overseeing the Korean office and
fostering Korean-American relations while
drawing attention to and serving the
persecuted church around the world. She holds
graduate degrees from universities in both
South Korea and the United States and is
currently pursuing her doctorate in strategic
leadership at Regent University
reply to post by SasquatchHunter
Kind regards. You said, those Christians burst the balloons in the mountains. Not in villages. The north Koreans have to actively seek out said bibles. Also, you said. Pertaining to the 80 north Koreans, that were killed. there Is nothing in the article linking the balloon/bible drops to those horrible execution's.
If, the balloons carrying the bibles, wasn't sent in the first place. For the north Koreans to actively seek out or stumble upon. And, take back to their village. Hidden or other wise.... Well? Reckless behavior, knowingly, dropping a death sentence to any person in possession of that type of material. Providing , they are aware of the north Korean rulers stand on the west and Christianity. I'm Assuming , they are. because you stated, they are highly educated people.
also, having to seek out the donation button on a Christian site,is a clever campaign to have one think, they don't want any at all. How about, we dont accept donations? Just my two cents.
Good day to all.