Missions in Asia, the DMZ, and Prayer

September 19, 2012 by Paul Chappell


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This is a quick update from Asia where a small team and I are ministering. Our first stop has been Seoul, Korea, where I preached in two church meetings and conducted local church pastor training. In addition, we’ve had meetings with leaders here in Asia to discuss missions in this part of the world. We’ve also had the opportunity to go soulwinning in Seoul.

Yesterday, we drove to the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between North Korea and South Korea. (See video below.) Just half a mile beyond where we stood were millions of people with heart-wrenching physical needs and desperate spiritual needs.


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Please remember to pray for our missionaries and pastor friends in other parts of the world. It’s been a blessing to see good friends, and it’s been especially refreshing to me to see West Coast Baptist College alumni serving here in Korea. I look forward to seeing more of our friends and alumni in the other countries we will visit.


1 Comment »

  1. I appreciate your visiting to South Korea.
    Your Sessions were very challenged for us.
    We pray together and will gather together sometime in the future!
    God bless all Biblical Worldwide Missions.

    Comment by LBC South Korea Team — September 19, 2012 @ 6:34 pm

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