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Additional Tragically Hip Tickets Going On Sale

If you were among the many that missed out on tickets for the upcoming The Tragically Hip tour, mark Tuesday June 14 on your calendar. 154 more words


Sony Pictures, North Korea, the movie titled "The Interview," and Otto Warmbier

Recently two westerners were convicted of crimes against the state in North Korea, a communist country that I’ve written about in the past, and both westerners were subject to harsh sentences to be served in North Korean prison camps, which is often a death sentence. 407 more words

Conservative Thought

How Will GOP Candidates Approach North Korea?

North Korea is the most dangerous nuclear enemy of the United States. The ‘Hermit Kingdom’ has four times tested nuclear weapons, in 2006, 2009, 2013, and 2016. 2,252 more words


Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (February 23, 2016)

1. According to the Wall Street Journal, the U.S., and North Korea in unofficial exchanges discussed the possibility of concluding a peace treaty. The South Korean government said that South Korea should become the principal agent of the peace treaty on the premise of North Korea’s denuclearization. 311 more words

Current Issues In Korea

65 years of separation!

What we only used to watch in movies and saw as stories is very much a part of our reality. The separation of North and South Koreans post 1950-53 war has been one of the worst of separations in the world. 418 more words


Video - Discipleship is the same in North Korea and South Korea

Pastor Foley and Dr. Foley talk about how discipleship is not all that different in North and South Korea.  In both countries, many people follow things like money, power and happiness.  68 more words

Proclaiming The Gospel

Is Korea going in a War? No they agreed to defuse

Technically South and North Korea were at war since 1954. However, the situation improved in 2007 when the South Korean President met the North counterpart. But the dramatic folds of events in the last few days have again put the fate of Korean Peninsula in dilemma. 310 more words