Connecting you to projects in North Korea
Advance Reah’s vision for unity and collaboration with your membership. Your monthly tax-deductible gift of $10 or more will help support Reah’s work to unite and foster collaboration to engage North Korea more effectively and advance the church’s role in the unification of the Korean peninsula.
Empower is a networking conference to mobilize the Body of Christ to serve the people of DPRK. Like-minded believers from all around the world gather to learn from field workers and organizational leaders about what God is doing in North Korea. Together, participants will explore ways to get involved in God's work and have opportunities to network and spur one another on toward deeper involvement.
Coinciding with Empower Sydney, Reah is organizing a family field retreat in Sydney. Living and working in Northeast China and North Korea is not an easy task. This retreat is an occasion for the field workers and families to gather as a community to worship and fellowship. In Feb 2017, we are expecting over 46 field workers and 25 children to attend the retreat. This retreat will focus on mentorship, both professional and spiritual. The retreat will consist of teaching, testimonies, and rest in a safe and relaxing environment.
Many of the field workers are highly educated and competent people in their fields. They have given up their comfortable living and financial security in their homelands to give their lives for the work inside. Due to the pioneering nature of the work inside, many things cannot be anticipated. This project will enable us to support these workers in special needs as they arise.
My name is Jamie Kim. As the director of Reah International, my desire is bring many talented, skilled, and integrous Christian professionals to the Region of North East Asia.
For this year, I will be focusing on preparing for the collaboration center in Seoul, Korea. Since being in Korea, what I realized is that there are many organizations and churches already doing tremendous work for North Korea. We do not need another organization to do more, but we need an organization which can being collaboration. Reah has decided to expand its energy and resources to focus on the collaborative preparation of the next generation for reunification and engagement on the Korean peninsula in the areas of prayer, training, and research.
The word for Reah in 2019 is from Isaiah 54:3 "Enlarge the place of your tent, stretch your tent curtains wide, do not hold back; lengthen your cords, strengthen your stakes" (Isiah 54:3).
We appreciate many of you who stand with us through your prayer and financial support. Thank you.
I looked for someone among them who would build up the wall
and stand before me in the gap on behalf of the land so I would not have to destroy it,
but I found no one (Ezekiel 22:30).
This is a crucial time to unite and to seek God (John 17:23). The plan is to create a prayer wall for the peaceful reunification of the Korean peninsula and evangelization of Korea. This prayer wall consists of:
● 24/7 Prayer Wall: 336 individuals to commit 30 minutes per week to pray for reunification
● Weekly Prayer Wall for reunification led by one church
● Physical Prayer Wall with notes of prayer of unification and blessings
The initial timeline is from October to December 2018 consisting 8 churches with consideration to continue into 2019. The prayer wall would be continuous with individuals and churches.
The prayer wall will be multicultural and multilingual in nature. The 336 people will consist of individuals from over 18 nations around the world who have a burden to pray for the Korean peninsula. The weekly meetings will consist of churches comprising North Korean (NK) refugees, South Koreans (SK), diaspora Koreans (DK), and non-Koreans, who are lovers of Korea (LK) - these meetings will be convened initially in Chinese, English, Korean and eventually in multi-languages.
There is a need for collaboration of research and training. There is a lot of research by Christian scholars and good training by churches, but there is little collaboration to get these materials out. Reah can fill this role of bringing together collaboration of prayer, research, and training. To that end, in partnership with the Lausanne Movement, Reah is hosting our first collaboration of Christian scholars, experts, and field workers to produce articles addressing engagement and unification issues in October 2017.
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