The United States-based Christian humanitarian aid organization World Help has launched a donation drive aiming to secretly provide 100,000 new Bibles to underground North Korean worshipers by the end of 2017 in order to feed an insatiable demand for God’s Word in the isolated and oppressive nation. As North Korea has been ranked for the past 16 years as the worst persecutor of Christians in the world, World Help is now taking steps to ensure that the growing number of house churches in North Korea have Bibles to feed their spiritual “hunger.” World Help President Vernon Brewer told reporters on a

conference call Monday night that he recently traveled to the North Korean border and met with missionary partners who bring Bibles into the country.”There are never enough Bibles no matter how many we can print and smuggle into the country. There are never enough bibles to keep up with demand,” Brewer explained. “Right now there are North Korean believers who have never even held a Bible, let alone other Christian resources. They may have a few verses memorized or a few chapters from the New Testament scribbled on a piece of paper, but they are hungry for more.” READ MORE