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Most of us who work in broadcasting like to talk, and sometimes we use a lot of words.  So when "Boaz" who works with TWR-Korea "could not express in words" the condition of his fellow believers in North Korea, his speechlessness spoke volumes.  He did manage to use two words to describe their situation--"nearly terrible."  Please pray for the Christians of North Korea.

Click here to learn more about TWR's work in Asia or for a link to TWR-Korea

(Photo of Andy Napier and "Boaz")